Standing on the path you should be able to see the entrance to Thirst House Cave in the hillside above you.
The cave was initially excavated in the 1880s and 1890s by two local men, Micah Salt and Robert Milletts. Micah, and his son William, also excavated the entrance and the scree slope outside.
Pottery, coins, bronze jewellery, and a series of burials outside the cave entrance, showed that the cave had been used during the Roman period. The style of the objects suggest that the cave was occupied between 100-160CE, and at a later date between 240-280CE.
The presence of the burials with fine jewellery, and a natural spring nearby, could mean that the cave was used as some sort of shrine during this period.