Caving International was the highly respected magazine that originated from Canada in the 1970s and 1980s. It was well printed and carried both articles and news during its run. It remains extremely collectable.
This edition covered diving on the Nullarbor Plain in Australia, the Hole in the Wall expedition to PNG, the conquest of the Pierre Saint-Martin, the deepest and longest caves of the world, the well of Bolonchen, Alf Latham's account of 'nasty passages', and more.
The one copy available is assigned to UK stock. If you require a different post destination please contact us so that stock may be moved and you can place your order.
Binding: Card cover
Illustrations: b&w illustrations; centre colour section
Publication date: 1996-7
Availability: One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
Second-hand condition: Very good; some surface scuff marks and slight creases, but pages clean and good