Penny Rigg Quarry AditThis is actually the leat system used to carry water from Tilberthwaite Gill down to the waterwheel at Penny Rigg Copper Mill.
Tilberthwaite Deep Level AditThe Tilberthwaite Deep Level or Horse Level is a mile-long rock cut tunnel that leads from near the ruins of Penny Rigg Copper Mill to the depths of the Three Kings Mine beneath the mountain.
Tilberthwaite Gill Head Waterfall LevelThe Tilberthwaite Waterfall Level is an old “coffin level” said to have been started by the German Miners in the 16th Century. The tunnels here were extended in the 19th Century to drain water from the deep Tilberthwaite Mine nearby.
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.
Three Kings MineThe Tilberthwaite Mine, reckoned to be based on the old Three King’s Mine is a deep, 155 metres down to the Tilberthwaite Deep Level.
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.
Hodge Close QuarryHodge Close Quarry is a large, steep sided, disused slate quarry that is flooded with water.
Dog Holes CaveDog Holes Cave is a small pothole in the karst landscape of Warton Crag, with interesting geology and perhaps archaeology.