A journey of exploration through the caves of the Yorkshire Dales, by Dave Haigh and John Cordingley.
An enchanting hardback storybook about caving pigs, by Tomi Ungerer
Jim Eyre's classic autobiography, part two, taking him from the caving expeditions of the 1960s through trials and tribulations to India in the 2000s. In it, Jim produced another masterpiece by turn both solomn and outrageously funny.
Cavers ... Folk with attitude. At least, any that are over seventy years old have attitude (of the good sort!), says John Gillett as he maintains a positive approach to life.
Cave. Nature and culture, by Ralph Crane and Lisa Fletcher
A manual of underground and flash photography: cave photography for cavers, by Chris Howes
A guide to dive sites in caves and mines throughout Britain and Europe, by Martyn Farr Use the Updates tab to check for new access information before undertaking any dive
A manual of overhead environment diving in caves and mines, under ice and in wrecks, by Martyn Farr
Jim Eyre was a legend in his own lifetime – a hard caver and ardent cave rescuer, but also a talented cartoonist and outrageous raconteur. His two-part autobiography opens with It's Only a Game.
Caving Technical Guide by the FFS
The history and development of underground and flash photography, by Chris Howes
An introduction to the sport of caving, for youngsters between the ages of ten and early teens, by Chris Howes