Robert Shone explores the Gouffre Berger Cave in France

Once thought to be the deepest cave in the world, the Gouffre Berger cave system in France is still one of the most popular destinations for cavers who want to test their skills hundreds of metres beneath the earth’s surface. Pioneered by French cavers in the 1950s, the Gouffre Berger – named after Joseph Berger who was one of the men to uncover it – was the first cave to be explored at depth of more than 1000 metres.

Click the link and follow your way through this cave.

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One Response to Robert Shone explores the Gouffre Berger Cave in France

  1. ivonne says:

    beautiful picture, but you would never find me in a cave..one of my phobias…

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