Kettle Cave

Kettle Cave is located in the Regional Municipality Of Niagara, in Southern Ontario. The cave is approximately 60 feet long and does contain some flow stone formations. The cave was mapped by S. Ensminger and T. Maigret in 2003 and was named for the tea kettle found by T. Maigret in the middle of the cave. The fissure entrance is filled with garbage and broken glass, making exploration very hazardous.

 

Map of Kettle Cave in Ontario.

Map by S. Ensminger and T. Maigret.

 

Kettle Cave in Ontario.

Photo by S. Ensminger.

 

Kettle Cave in Ontario.

Photo by S. Ensminger.

 

Kettle Cave in Ontario.

Tea Kettle found by T. Maigret (2003) Photo by S. Ensminger.

 

Kettle Cave in Ontario.

One of the tight cave passages. Photo by S. Ensminger.

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