No Filter: Lost in a cave in Dixie; it’s cold, so cold

ST. GEORGE – Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair go on an adventure only the strong survive in Episode 3 of the “No Filter Show.”  Watch it … do it … if you dare.

Ed. Note: Permit required to explore the cave – for a more serious report on the Bloomington Cave system, preparation and precautions advised, see here: Up for a spelunk? Take a look into Bloomington Cave via STGnews Videocast

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2 Comments

  • that guy November 18, 2014 at 1:12 pm

    It is actually warm in the cave with well marked trails. Very littel water runs in the cave in only a few spots. Your biggest challenge is the dark, tight spots, an long steep drops. Bring several lights per person with extra batteries, some water and the required safety gear. Go slow watch your footing and you will have a great adventure.

  • Sherry M. December 19, 2014 at 11:51 pm

    My husband and I drove out to the cave climbed in a ways. It seems never ending and it was a tight squeeze for part of it. Eventually it opened up to a pretty big cavern. We didn’t go any further. The adrenaline was pumping through our veins. Overall it was pretty creepy, but a good memory.

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