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Cave Entrances (Natural)
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Find a hollow or natural passage under or into the earth and mark the entrance or opening. Please be aware that cave exploring is an inherently dangerous activity that, like rock climbing, is made safer by the use of proper equipment and knowledge. To learn more about responsible, safe, and environmentally friendly caving, this group encourages you to seek out a local cavers' club for a good introduction to the sport.
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NENE30.1 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Natural Tunnel - Duffield, VA

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Daniel Boone was probably the first white man to see the tunnel. However, no one wrote of it until Lt. Col. Stephen H. Long explored the site in 1831 and published an article in a geology journal in 1832. The areas near the tunnel were mined for saltpeter during the Civil War. In 1890 the South Atlantic and Ohio Railroad arrived and, making use of the natural formation, laid tracks through the tunnel. In 1906 Southern Railway acquired the tracks and created a passenger line, the Natural Tunnel L

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member DMflyer

location: Virginia

date approved: 11/4/2005

last visited: 12/31/2018

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NWNW54.7 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Sand Cave - Cumberland Gap NHP, KY

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Large overhang cave created by wind erosion of sandstone.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member vhasler

location: Kentucky

date approved: 8/26/2011

last visited: never

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EE70.5 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Bristol Caverns – Bristol, Tennessee

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Located in the far North East corner of the state of Tennessee Bristol Caverns is one of the oldest, most visited and spectacular attractions in the region. The natural opening to the caverns is secured as it leads to an immediate

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member PersonsMD

location: Tennessee

date approved: 8/5/2012

last visited: 12/22/2011

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SESE126 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Bat Cave

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"Bat Cave is the largest known granite fissure cave in North America. The main chamber is a dark cathedral more than 300 feet long and approximately 85 feet high." (From the Nature Conservancy's website linked below)

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CrotalusRex and Mimichan

location: North Carolina

date approved: 4/8/2007

last visited: 2/13/2007

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SESE131.2 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Devil's Kitchen

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This cave is located on a mountain side in North Carolina and is also the home of a very rewarding Geocache.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Shimski

location: North Carolina

date approved: 12/6/2007

last visited: 3/27/2010

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NN156.8 km

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Cave Entrances (Natural)Rockhouse- Red River Gorge Geological Area - KY, US

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Rockhouse (rockshelter) is located right on Rock Bridge Trail #207

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Crazy4horses

location: Kentucky

date approved: 1/5/2017

last visited: 1/5/2017

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