Cooler by the Lake
Home  |  About Us  |  Community  |  Local Libraries  |  Other Databases   

Updated: 23 December, 2004

More Outdoors
Guideposts:
Wisconsin Sites
General Resources
Biking
Boating
Camping
Caving
Climbing
Fishing
Hiking
Paddling
Skiing
Snowmobiling

Return to
Subject Guideposts

Caving

Wisconsin Speleological Society
If you're a new caver, or interested in finding out what it's all about, your best bet is to link up with an established caving organization. You can learn all about caving from the WSS, and join on trips. There are two chapters in Wisconsin - one in Green Bay and the other in Madison, and you can contact them here.

How do I... go Caving?
An attractive page with excellent information for the beginning caver.

National Speleological Society
The National Speleological Society in Huntsville, Alabama is an enormous caving association with over 12,000 members worldwide. Visit here to learn more about their activities, which include mapping, cleaning and gating sensitive caves. Don't forget to check out their caving events list, which includes seminars and other educational and fun caving activities.

GORP: Caving
Trips, books, videos, magazines, caving by region, clubs, and more. Note: a free registration is required to access content at this site.

The Virtual Cave
For all of the armchair cavers out there, this site offers descriptions and photographs of beautiful and unique mineral deposits. A virtual cave map allows you to put these deposits into the context of a simulated cave.

Speleology Servers on the Web
A gateway to tons of caving information, including discussion lists, events, web sites (by country), related topics, and people.

Glossary of Speleological and Caving Terms
Enormous glossary of caving terms, definitions and references, from the Australian Speleological Federation.

To the Top


Roadside Attractions
More interesting sites you might want to try.

Books and Articles

To the Top


All contents © 1999- Cooler by the Lake http://www.cbtl.org. All rights reserved. This page is cared for by Gerri Moeller of the Outagamie Waupaca Library System. Please send comments and suggestions.