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about Hölloch and other Caves

 

Trekking Team - Largest Swiss Cave Expedition Organizer 


For many years, we have been leading cave expeditions of various difficulty levels – both domestically and abroad. The leadership team consists of acknowledged specialists in areas such as: Research, Geology, Adventure Education, Psychology, and Teaching.

Certified Cave Guide SSH


Certified Cave Guides are specially trained and certified by SSH (Schweizerische Schule für Höhlenbefahrungen Hölloch). Guide's instructions are binding and have to be followed by all participants. In particular, drip stones and lime stones are not
to be touched, damaged, broken off or taken. Cave corridors and waterways are to be kept clean, rubbish is to be put in backpacks. This behaviour is a matter of course for us and our guests, as it is up to us to look after this fascinating and mysterious underground scenery.
  

Hölloch – Huge Cave System In the Heart of Switzerland


With more than 200km in length, Hölloch is one the World's largest cave systems.

Discover the immense power of what nearly a million years of underground water activity can do. Our tours offer an in-depth glimpse into this mysterious and
hidden world. At Hölloch, we distinguish three kinds of tours: Short Guided Tours in the developed area of the cave – Expeditions of longer duration requiring good hiking capabilities, a robust physical condition, and appropriate attire, however,
no special knowledge required – and the Hölloch Course, a blend of guided tour and expedition, available all year round. The longer excursions in to the cave are similar to pathless mountain hikes. Exposed areas are firmly secured with ropes, ladders, styles, etc.

Depending on the season, Hölloch tours can very well be combined with canyoning, canoe safaris, and raft building events or, during the winter season with snow boot trekking, igloo building courses, etc.


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