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Part two of Peter Cousins’ instructions on how to undertake a good cave survey.
In September, a British expedition headed for the Atlas Mountains of Morocco to continue exploring its caves.
On a three-week visit to Britain, William Halliday takes an outsider’s look at how our caving scene holds up.
Only three years previously six potholers were drowned in Mossdale Caverns – might the site be reopened so soon?
Pete Mellors takes a look at the hydrology of the Peak District in light of recent increased interest in the subject.
Jim Eyre recalls his darkest hours when caving in Slovenia.
Cover: Laddering in a rift. Artwork: Tony Payne