Scottish Borders Cave Hunter

Published on
4 August, 2018

Synopsis:

A man investigates the large above and underground cave system at Grahamslaw in the Scottish Borders, then foolishly imagines this as the start of some kind of American style TV series.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Scottish Borders Cave Hunter

It really is surprising the amount of cave systems in the Borders. Most are relatively or totally unknown….
Go for a look yourself, if you dare!

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Mark offers dedicated day trips that focus on experiencing these places and finding out more about your family history in the Scottish Borders.
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