Dan Yr OgofDan Yr Ogof includes several caves open to the public, well lit and with excellent audio tours explaining the story of the discovery of the caves and various geological features. Two of the caves are large and impressive, there is also a small ‘bone cave’ in which prehistoric remains were found.
Fairies CaveFairies Cave is a limestone cave of unkown extent, the site of several springs near to Pool Bank.
Cathedral QuarryA disused slate quarry that is every bit as impressive as a natural cave as it’s industrial past crumbles and the place returns to nature.
Thors CaveThor’s Cave has been formed over thousands of years by the effects of water and wind. The name may be a corruption of tors (meaning hills), and some people think it comes from Thor, the Norse god of thunder.
Dog Holes CaveDog Holes Cave is a small pothole in the karst landscape of Warton Crag, with interesting geology and perhaps archaeology.
Ogof Twn Siôn CatiSaid to be the hideout of the outlaw Twn Siôn Cati the “Welsh Robin Hood”, Ogof Twn Siôn Cati is a small cave on the steep, wooded side of Dinas in the Gwenffred-Dinas Nature Reserve.
The Hermit's CaveThe Hermit’s Cave, Giant’s Cave or Clutter’s Cave or Waum’s Cave as it is variously known is a small quarry into a rock outcrop formed from precambrian pillow lava now found up on the hills near British Camp hillfort.
Blue John CavernThe spectacular Blue John Cavern is famous as the place where the mineral Blue John was found and mined, a form of Flourite which can be seen in various places throughout the cavern.