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Thors Cave

Over thousands of years the rivers Manifold and Hamps have carved out steep sided valleys into the limestone plateau of the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park. Today one of the characteristic features of these limestone valleys is that, although the rivers are still there, for part of their length they now flow underground. They are only fully surface flowing when the rivers are in…