Attend an Online Tour of West Virginia’s Caves and Karst

February 5, 2013
Inside West Virginia's Seneca Caverns.

Inside West Virginia’s Seneca Caverns. Photo by tribbles1971/flickr

The latest topic in the NSS webinar series features a tour of West Virginia’s caves and karst.

This presentation, put on by George Dasher, will describe the different limestone and karst types found in West Virginia, as well as its many karst areas, and hand full of the more than 4500 caves located in the state.

One of the two states where organized caving began in the United States, West Virginia is home to the West Virginia Speleological Survey who works hard trying to document their cornucopia of caves.

This not to be missed presentation runs from 8:00 to 9:30pm CST (7:00pm MST/6:00pm PST) on February 13, 2013.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot now.

Also, note that on the day of the presentation, it is important to join in at least 10 minutes early to assure your spot.

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  1. Greg
    February 5, 2013 at 4:11 pm

    About the photo with the article: Luray Caverns is in VA, not WV.

    • Caving News
      February 5, 2013 at 10:21 pm

      Good catch Greg. The photo has been updated to show Seneca Caverns, a true WV cave.

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