Muddy Beaver Cave
Our newest cave adventure took us (Rob, Mick, Jeff and myself) to the far Eastern end of Ontario. Our mission was to find this long known but not over explored cave. Rob brought this cave location to the attention of us caver's and some prodding of the cave community showed that it has been explored sporadically in the past. The cave has been somewhat modified due to advancements of the infrastructure in the area in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Muddy Beaver Cave was renamed to cover the somewhat revealing original name. The cave consists of a large half flooded chamber with numerous side nooks and mini chambers. A variety of formations and a rumored aggravated beaver make for an interesting exploration. Enjoy the pics.
Cave mobile erotic windshield art, might be interesting if a female cop pulls us over.
The man made entrance to Muddy Beaver Cave.
Loads of flowstone around this fine Ontario cave.
Never do this!!!! Cave graffiti. MR Millar May 24 1958.
Part of the original man altered entrance.
M Gord at the base of one of the entrances to the cave.
Low side chamber where the stream enters the cave.
The sound of water trickling below the rocks.
Large two foot high formation.
Side tunnel where the angry beaver was spotted earlier this year.
Looks like icing.
Formations and the large void of the main chamber beyond.
The (possible) end of the natural cave just before exiting the cliff face.
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