Where our customers take their kit

These are Judy Ranelli’s Etche Canyons getting muddy at a secret location in Alabama.   

That time, when the words don’t need to

As Google Translate would have us believe!

Thoughts on warmwear

Just a small consideration of undersuits and general insulation, in the wake of my recent trip to Snezhnaja Cave in Abkhazia, and thinking about the differences between my trips of winter 2016 and 2017. The cave itself is a steady … Continue reading

Diving news – Sneznya in Abkhasia

Tony is on his way home from Abkhasia having found the way on from the Lake of Mozorov at the bottom of Sneznya Cave (-1800m). A sump of about 250m leads to large open passage ending in a boulder choke.

Empires of Rock

Forthcoming event this week: Andy Eavis, Roo Walters and Frank Pearson will be talking about the most spectacular caves in the world and Cumbria, at the Rheged Centre at 7pm on Saturday 28th November.

Northeast Greenland Caves Project

This is a climate change research project led by Dr. Gina Moseley: the aim is to collect and analyse samples of flowstone from caves in northeast Greenland in order to construct a record of past climate change. The project has … Continue reading

What our customers did on their holidays, #2

This is Andy Chapman and friends in a sunlit meadow in the Caucuses….  

What our customers did on their holidays, Part 1

This is Sverre Aksnes, Kjetil Avset, Professor Stein-Erik Lauritzen, Ane Mengshoel and Danja Mewes, at the base camp for their exploration of Trude Hole, a 4km long white marble cave in Nordland, Norway.

Speleo Olympics winners at Brno 2013

Starless River congratulates all the winners. Brits who brought home prizes were: 100m rope – male 18 to 44  – Henry Rockcliff Ladder climb – female 18 to 44  – Becka Lawson Obstacle Course – male 18 to 44 – … Continue reading