Three entrances visible from track, 500m north of Victoria Cave. The entrance to the left enters a chamber with a low crawl for 10m, reaching a small chamber with no way on. Right hand entrance enters a roomy passage with a visual connect to the left entrance through a narrow fissure.

The passage continues to the right, where a climb up to the right leads to the third entrance. A passage to the left closes up, while a crawl though fallen boulders reaches a short climb to the hillside above the cave.

In Pennine Underground, Norman Thornber notes the roof is regarded as unsafe. Excavation has revealed Iron Age human remains and Neolithic, Romano-British and Celtic material.