Featuring a rich history, White Scar Cave was discovered in 1923 by the amateur geologists Christopher Long and J.H. Churchill. Located under Ingleborough in the Chapel-le-Dale valley in Yorkshire Dales National Park, it is the longest show cave in UK.
Research shown that its history goes back as far as 350 million years ago when it started to form. The cave includes Battlefield, one of largest cave chambers in the UK, with a length of 90 m (~300 ft). The whole tour - about 1.6 km (1 mi) long - can take up to 80 minutes.
Tourists can visit the attraction throughout the year, and see superb underground streams and waterfalls. Combined with its setting within the national park, White Scar Cave guarantees a memorable day out for anyone looking for something unique.