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Chandelier RoomExploring a Wild Cave

This is a typical Ozark cave. It is almost horizontal with a slight angle going down from the end of the cave to the entrance.

The surveyed length of the cave is 532.4 feet. The underlying rock is Gasconade dolomite. The part of the cave in the photo at left is called the Chandelier Room.



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Ozark Highlands Grotto

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This cave is maintained by members of the Ozark Highlands Grotto, an organization of cavers in southwest Missouri actively concerned with the study, exploration, and conservation of caves and karst features.

Cave location policy: We ask that any cave name or other location identifiers be omitted so that people don't make any unauthorized visits to the property. Most of these caves are on private land.

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