This cunning orifice is well hidden I passed it several times ,approaching from the north west ,going downhill notice High Wheeldon poking up over the ridge ,before you get to Dowel hall look to the right amongst the cliffs and there it is.The cave is deep ,deeper than I dared go without a torch ,caves are fab
Partial excavations carried out in 1958 and 1959 showed the cave to have been in use in the Mesolithic, Neolithic, Beaker, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman periods, and demonstrated in particular that the site was a Neolithic burial-cave. Beneath these deposits was found Later Upper Palaeolithic material, which included flint tools, charcoal denoting a hearth, fragments of antler, and pieces of bone showing marks of
cutting and crushing. The recently radiocarbon dated tang of an antler point indicates the cave was in use circa 11200BP (Before Present).