There are no access restrictions to this cave, which lies within the Craig y Cilau Nature Reserve. There are four entrances. The cave is popular with novice groups. Eglwys Faen consists of a large main passage, and Eastern and Western Series, and an upper series of crawls - the Warren.
The only fixed aid in the cave is a ladder which gives access to the Warren.
There are no access restrictions to this cave. It offers a short but sporting trip, and contains a notorious corkscrew squeeze near the start which is not passable to cavers of large build. The cave is almost completely dry.
Gated access. Keys available from Whitewalls by arrangement with Chelsea Spelaeological Society. This short muddy cave has a well decorated grotto at the end.
This cave has two entrances. The Ogof Capel entrance leads quickly to two sumps, whereas there is a 'dry' entrance to the cave via Ogof Gelynnen. The cave is gated beyond the point where the two routes join. Access is managed by Cambrian Caving Council. Trips are by leader only and party sizes are limited to leader plus two. Strictly no novices.
A list of leaders can be found here.
There are no access restrictions to this cave. Please make use of the recently installed bolts alongside the footpath down to the cave - using a rope here will help reduce erosion.
There are no access restrictions to this cave. The original very tight entrance (which is also wet) is adjacent to the excavated entrance created in 2004.
There is a top entrance to this cave just below Pont Gam on the Brynmawr - Clydach road which connects to the rest of the cave via 3 short pitches (rope lengths 15m, 10m, 20m) but note that these have not been bolted for pull-through. Be aware that there is no straightforward route above ground between the two entrances!