This web site is a personal record of some of my caving adventures during the 1960s and recounts some of my favourite walks both in Britain and overseas. I became very interested in Caving when I was a teenager and began potholing at the age of fifteen. Bradford where I was born and raised is very handy for visiting the Yorkshire Dales, an area more abundant with caves than any other area of Britain. I did not see it as unusual to want to descend the many caves and potholes so close at hand. I joined the Bradford Pothole Club in 1957 and during the next two years I attended many underground meets with the Club and I grew to love the sport of caving. I now spend my days outdoors fellwalking or rambling.
A TRIBUTE TO TREVOR BRIGGS CLIMBER
Published on 12 Aug 2009.
Trevor Briggs was a true friend and a good companion on the hills and on the crags. He was a fine rock climber and a first class ice climber who climbed extensively in the Alps and in the British Isles. Sadly he is no longer with us.