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Seems like in Yorkshire are also some nice caves ...

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Ob dann Höhlenforscher irgendwann auch blind und taub werden?

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Orda Cave. It is located near Orda village, Perm region, Russia ...
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I hope the water is not too cold
NSS member Alan Grosse photographed Jeff Bartlett on rope in Keystone River Cave this past weekend. Alan writes: "Keystone is typically a cave that gets visited in the summer due to the amount of water in the approach to the pit. Jeff, Brian Killingbeck, Joy Palmer and I decided to check out the cave in high water. The route to the pit involves a few down climbs, stream crawling, some very wet stream passage, up to chest deep in places, and then a large stretch of borehole. When the water finally breaks through the Hartselle Sandstone layer it plummets 246' through the Monteagle Limestone in this magnificent pit."

You can see more of Alan's photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/atventure/
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Hier eine kleine Übersicht an GIS-Software speziell für Speleologen.

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Ash Cave
Hocking Hills State Park
Logan, Ohio

One of my favorite waterfalls in Ohio, Ash Cave in Hocking Hills State Park.
We got hit pretty hard with a winter blast last night and the roads were to bad to go to work but they weren't bad enough for me to pack up my gear and head down to Hocking Hills.
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