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Caving is the recreational pastime of exploring wild cave systems. Also known as spelunking or potholing, caving is an outdoor adventure activity and is regarded as an extreme sport. There is some overlap between caving as a leisure activity and as scientific study: cavers often take part in physical or biological studies and photography.
Caving is much safer than it used to be thanks to modern protective equipment but it is still an exciting, adrenaline filled activity. It can be undertaken with a guide as part of eco or adventure tourism or cavers may join local clubs. Many experienced cavers are also interested in cave science, mapping, photography and conservation, so there is something to interest everyone here.