REDEMPTION CAVE PROJECT
Large formations of carbonate rock found in the Cariboo, McGregor and other Rocky Mountain Ranges east of Prince George, British Columbia provide immense opportunity for cave/karst discovery and exploration. In the fall of 2000, a photograph of a large hole swallowing a creek reached the Northern B.C. Caving Club, and in the spring of 2001 members visited the entrance for the first time. The cave was, well......huge, and was subsequently named Redemption; named after finding such a fine cave after a series of unsuccessful explorations. The cave was found to have many unique features, thus the Redemption Cave Project was born....
Northern B.C. Caving Club
LANCE AMOS LOOKING OUT THE ENTRANCE
OF REDEMPTION CAVE
Updated September 2003