Caving on Mendip
1956 - 2016
Cerberus Spelaeological Society is a registered charity concerned with the conservation of caves and their environment on on the Mendip Hills of Somerset.
We are an active
Mendip caving club
that maintains a
on Mendip, and
organise caving trips and expeditions to other parts of the UK and abroad.
We also have an active climbing/mountaineering section.
Covid-19. Larkshall Limited reopening.
New members are always welcome.
Want to TRY CAVING. Join us for a beginners caving trip on Mendip. Find Out More Here.
Further information about us and our activities can be found on the following pages.
© Cerberus Spelaeological Society 2020 - Registered Charity 274126
The Mendip Hills (commonly called Mendip) is a range of limestone hills to the south of Bristol and Bath in Somerset, England. Running east to west between Weston-super-Mare and Frome, the hills overlook the Somerset Levels to the south and the Chew Valley and other tributaries of the Avon to the north.
The higher, western part of the hills, covering 198 km2 (76 sq mi) has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), which gives it a level of protection comparable to a national park.