The system of caves in France Gufr Berger was once considered the deepest in the world. However, to this day it is a popular destination for cavers wishing to test their skills at a depth of several hundred meters. British photographer Robbie Cave, Sean joined the team of caversdiscovered in 1950, the cave is named after one of the discoverers-Joseph Berger. This is the first cave, which has been investigated to a depth of more than a thousand meters. Gufr Berger cave system is located in France, in a mountainous region of Vercors. Its depth is 1122 meters.The entrance to the cave represents eight vertical shafts with a length of about 300 meters. The trunks are divided into sections by close winding passages, which are sometimes no more than 30 cm in width Once you overcome it the 300 feet of trunks, then find yourself in a huge lateral canal 30 meters in height and 15 meters wide. He is very big, but modern lanterns allow you to see most of it earlier, researchers could not see the walls and ceiling of the passage, and they thought that they are in the greatest passage that they had ever seen. Dinner in a cave“To this day, the caves Gufr Berger are true classics, “- explains Robert. “Just as Everest climber to conquer, cavers must descend into the cave Gufr Berger, that would have the right to call these cavers.” in a blanket warmed cavers.
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