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Rick Royer crosses large mud dunes in a newly discovered room in Memorial Day Cave. The chamber measures 100 x 300 feet with 60 foot ceilings. M. Frisina, 2003


The Potomac Speleological Club, incorporated in the State of West Virginia as the Potomac Speleological Society, is dedicated to caving, conservation and the science of speleology. The PSC invites cavers (and potential cavers) from all parts to participate in the club's many ongoing caving projects and social events. We especially welcome those persons interested in wild caving for the first time. Sport caving is dangerous and should not be entered into without proper equipment and guidance. Ignorance of the cave environment and cave safety is the primary cause of most caving accidents.




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Club News

New Access Procedures for Fieldhouse Cave

Images of Judy Spring, new and old

A Wet Survey in Memorial Day Cave

New Discovery: No Karst Cave

Apex Cave Gate Installation

Two Trips to Simmons Mingo

Finally, THE big breakthrough in Memorial Day Cave

A large turn out for a cold weekend in Germany Valley

The survey of Allen Property Cave

Roy Sites' recounting of the discovery of Wind Cave in Grant County

Spring Var 2003 Info!!

Coon Cave - December 2002

Highland County Update Annual Report - 2002

Germany Valley Karst Survey - October 2002

Highland County Update - September 2002

Highland County Update - August 2002

Highland County Update - July 2002

Highland County Update - June 2002

The End For Akwa?!

Earl leads in Cave Rat Cave

Rushing Headlong in Highland

Highland County racks up 25 new Caves, April 2002 report

Breaking Ground on the Akwa Dig, May 2002

Survey Report from Memorial Day cave, May 2002

Photos From the North End of Memorial Day Cave, April 2002

Charles Danforth's April 2002 Cassell Report

Germany Valley Karst Survey Report, April '02

How Dig Projects Get Started, 14 April 2002

Wire Sink Dig photos, 14 April 2002

Pendleton County Survey, April 2002

Highland County Survey, 23 March 2002

PSC Spring Party, March 2002

Photon Fusion Headlamp Report

Germany Valley Karst Survey, 9 March 2002

Highland County Survey, 23 February 2002

New cave and a rebuilt fieldhouse, all in one day! February, 2002

Day Trip to a Little Known Cave, 2 February, 2002

Highland County Survey, February 2002

Highland County Survey, 26 January 2002

Fire at the Germany Valley Fieldhouse, 12 January 2002

Memorial Day Cave Breakthrough, 12 January 2002

Charles Danforth's September 2001 Cassell Report

Peter Penczer's Article on the Frog System

Grimes Cave

OTR 2001 Across The Gulch Tourist Trip

Carpenter-Swago Re-opened

Simmons-Mingo

Chiapas 98, Chiapas Diary

Charles Danforth's July 2001 Cassell Report

Charles Danforth's May 2001 Cassell Report

Charles Danforth's February 2001 Cassell Report

Charles Danforth's November 2000 Cassell Report

Charles Danforth's September 2000 Cassell Report

Indy Kochte's Cassell Survey 2000

Amateur Geology in Five Springs Cave

Five Springs Cave Survey Lineplot, September 2001

My First Survey in Five Springs Cave

Photos from Five Springs Cave

Five Springs Cave Wrap Up

Installation of the Five Springs Cave

Early Survey From Five Springs Cave

Break Through at Five Springs Cave

A detailed description of Cave Rat Cave

Miles and Miles, ala Miles

Cave Trips To Remember

Poor Farm Cave


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