Advance Caving Day:
The Swildon's advanced Sump Trip.
'The most exciting thing I've ever done in my life!'
Sean Cunningham (36), Fire-fighter, from Oxfordshire.
Explore over 500 meters of exciting stream passage, With climbs, waterfalls, and impressive well decorated side passages and chambers.
A 6 meter climb down the 'Twenty Foot Pot' on a portable caving ladder, is the start of the harder more remote parts of the trip.
Over halfway between the ladder and the sump is Trat's temple, A 7 meter climb up to a superb, decorated chamber.
114 meters underground and 500 meters from daylight, the sump is reached. It is a one meter long and 0.5 high, submerged passage.
The water in the sump is cold, and should only be dived by cavers in a wetsuit.
On the other side of the sump is yet more 'awesome' stream passage.
It is recommended that you have been caving before, or are fit and motivated, before undertaking this trip.
Some Links to Swildon's: YouTube Clip
For our standard caving trips see here.
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WARNING: - Caving, Potholing are dangerous sports. Caving Adventures are dangerous and Adventure Caving are not prepared to compromise our excellent safety record nor compromise the safety and enjoyment of our customers. Instructors reserve the right to eject anyone from these activities & adventures, without refund of any monies paid, if in the Instructor's opinion a participant fails to pay attention to instructions, fails to obey instructions or otherwise puts their own life or the lives and enjoyment of other participants at risk. Although Caving, Potholing are dangerous they can be enjoyed from a very young age, and with the correct instruction are a very enjoyable and exciting activity & adventure for all the family.
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