Twin Trickles Cave
Twin Trickles Cave is another Northern Ontario cave wonder. This beautiful cave was first mapped back in 1987 by a group of energetic Canadian caver's (B Wilson, J Larkin and C Lloyd). This splendid cave measures in at 50 Meters long and 7.5 Meters in depth according to the official map. The cave consists of four main chambers, some nice crawl passages, a few small waterfalls, two sumps, as well as one side passage with a bit too much of porcupine dung!!
Me and M Gord hit this one at the start of the Black Fly season. Needless to say, if you need to change into your cave gear inside the cave, you are probably there in the wrong season, or perhaps I am just a bit of a city dweller.
Enjoy the pics.
Inside and beyond the entrance chamber of Twin Trickles Cave.
A tight squeeze into a large standing chamber.
Looking back towards the previous picture.
A tight squeeze and good old porcupine dung.
Would you go in here???
I did. M Gordon in background.
The passage beyond.
A small resurgence in breakdown.
The end of the road.
The passage sumps just around the bend to the right.
Heading into a side chamber with a 3.5 Meter deep pit.
One of the 2 small streams that trickle down into the pit below.
The two small streams that trickle down into the pit.
They gave the cave the name Twin Trickles Cave.
The twin trickles falling into the abyss below.
Well sculpted marble makes the trip up North worth it.
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