Caves On Guntersville Lake

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Caves On Guntersville Lake

Postby cave rat » Dec 16, 2007 8:11 pm

I had a chance to visit a new cave I have never been to on Sunday.

It has a big walk in entrance with a water pipe coming out of with a small pit in front of the entrance.

It also has three other entrances I found above the walk in entrance with one being a 40+ foot pit you need vertical gear to do. One of the entrances you can walk into to a ledge 25' off the floor and see into the middle of the pit.

I would like to get the name of this cave and if a map has been done on it. If there is no map, I would like to map it.

I also found another cave It has a small walk in entrance with a small pit right inside that can be free climbed.
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Postby GypsumWolf » Dec 16, 2007 8:42 pm

cave rat wrote:Caves On Guntersville Lake

How is it possible for a cave to be on a lake?! :rofl: LOL :-)
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Postby Scott Shaw » Dec 17, 2007 11:16 am

Send me the location by email nss30571 (at) bellsouth (dot) net and I'll see if that cave has been recorded.

FYI, I am the new Cave Files Director for the Alabama Cave Survey so any and all pertinent questions can be asked and I'll answer.
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