The Huautla Resurgence Project 2016 Expedition, Mexico

By ANDREAS KLOCKER | Southern Tasmanian Caverneers, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia March 2016, and I’m off to Mexico again – the third year in a row. The previous two years I joined the Proyecto Espeleológico Sistema Huautla (PESH), an American-led expedition with the goal of continuing exploration of Sistema Huautla, a 1545m deep and about 75km … Continue reading The Huautla Resurgence Project 2016 Expedition, Mexico

Exploration beyond the sumps of Red Ball Canyon, Sistema Huautla, Mexico

By ANDREAS KLOCKER | Southern Tasmanian Caverneers, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia Last year I had the chance of joining an expedition with the aim of extending Sistema Huautla, situated in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Sistema Huautla is one of the largest and deepest cave systems in the world, and probably one of the most beautiful. … Continue reading Exploration beyond the sumps of Red Ball Canyon, Sistema Huautla, Mexico

The Holy Caver, the Blue Demon and the Bulldog

The story of three years of expeditions to the Sierra Negra in Puebla State, Southern Mexico. Based on articles by GUSTAVO VELA TURCOTT. Translated by ALAN WARILD OCOTEMPA PART 1 – 2007 We’d all heard the story of how the GSAB (Grupo Espeleológico Alpino Belga) had stopped exploration of Sótano de Akemabis at –1015 m … Continue reading The Holy Caver, the Blue Demon and the Bulldog