This excursion will take place on Sunday 11th August!
Bats probably rank among the most known cave-animals. But mostly they are to be found there only sleeping. On this excursion you will learn more about the way of life and peculiarities of bats. With some luck we can observe the animals on their nightly expeditions. For the excursion to take place we need a minimum of 10 participants!
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This tour leads through shaft-section “Frustration” followed by a roundtrip through the “Zone Profonde” of the “Réseau Siebenhengste” to the impressive Salle Topograph. Continue reading “Zone Profonde Salle Topographe”
After a nice hike with a view of the Bernese Alps, you can descend directly into the impressive 100m deep daylight-shaft. Continue reading “Häliloch”
A tour to the legendary Faustloch: wet shafts, slippery meander, fossil passages with stalactites up to the B1 or even further to the Belgierfrust. A question remains: is it accessible? Continue reading “Faustloch B1”
Short walk, afterwards a 200m shaft-section “Frustration” – down to the huge fossil collector “Termites Australes”. Continue reading “Zone Profonde Termites Australes”
A nice karst cave reached alongside fissures up to the shafts in the back. Additionally, the cave offers climbing possibilities. Continue reading “Waldheimhöhle”
The fortress museum Waldbrand in Beatenberg was one of the largest artillery factories of the Swiss army. The impressive facility was designed for a 450 men garrison! Continue reading “Festung Waldbrand”
Behind the touristic part of the St Beatus Caves you will find wonderful passages with a creek and several padding pools coated with flowstone deposits. This trip will go as far as the place called “Beiz”. Continue reading “Beatushöhlen to ‘Beiz’”
Ein eindrücklicher Aufstieg an einem 70 m Seil dient als Zustieg zum Höhleneingang. Der Ausblick ins wilde Gasterntal ist gigantisch. Continue reading “Geltenbachhöhle”