KING SOLOMONS CAVEOne of the most significant caves in the United States has been discovered in the southwest desert. Ancient civilization evidence, giant Crystal formations, and A new formation has been discovered.
LITTLE COLORADO RIVERThe first ever exploration cave dive into the Blue Spring Resurgence in the Little Colorado River ( LCR)
NACIMIENTO DEL RIO ULUAPANAfter over 30 years of restricted access, divers pushed into some of the most significant submerged passage Mexico.
DOUBLE BOPPER CAVE. GRAND CANYONThe Grand Canyon holds some of the most fascinating cave systems in the world.
GANDY WARM SPRING, NO-MOUNT DIVEDiving in a desert warm spring to continue exploration and survey with significant observations.
CUEVA DE LA PENA COLORADAThe return to the most intense cave diving expedition in project caving history.
NITA NIJOU, MEXICOThe re-discovery of Nita NjiJou has been identified and re-confirmed for future exploration and survey. This cave has a high probibility of connecting into Sistema Huautla. PHOTO BY: Chris Higgins.
LA GRIETA. SISTEMA HUAUTLAOne of the deepest caves in the world continues to expand its length and depth with every expedition visit.
LIBERTY CAVEThe Discovery of Liberty cave was made by members of the Southern Nevada Grotto. This high altitude cave has been surveyed to a length of over 500ft.
MAIN DRAIN CAVE DIVE OPERATIONS.at over 1200ft deep this is one of the deepest alpine caves in the united states. On-going dive operations have been pushing through the 38 degree waters with passage that keeps going.
SISTEMA HUAUTLA 2016, MEXICOThe expedition pushing Sistema Huautla has been exploring and discovering new passages for over 40 years with no end in site.
ORCESTWELL SPRING CAVE DIVE.A TAG cave thought to be a short passage has continued for a substantial length beyond the sump.
CUEVA FALSO TRIBUTARIO CONNECTIONThe lost connection into the Rio Camuy Cave System in Puerto Rico has been located through Cueva Falso Tributario
CUEVA LOS MINERALES, IRAZU VOLCANO, COSTA RICAThe Discovery of a new mineral and 12 other rare minerals inside of a active volcano cave in the highest point in Costa Rica. The entrance was raining Sulfuric Acid.
WEBSTER CAVE DIVE 2014a multi mile cave that is accessed with kayaking through the lakes within the cave, has a mysterious watercourse. Dive operations were set up to push into the sump to survey and continue exploration. PHOTO BY: CHRIS ANDERSON