This lists caving and spelunking organizations who specialize in helping you get into dark, underground places and return safely. Arizona has a number of very interesting caves to explore. See Caves in Arizona and Sporting Goods in Arizona for caving and spelunking equipment.
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A meadow filled with yellow wildflowers at Mormon Lake south of Flagstaff, Arizona, in September.
NATIONAL SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
2813 Cave Avenue
Organization to study, explore, and conserve cave and karst resources, protect access to caves, encourage responsible management of caves and their unique environments, and promote responsible caving.
NATIONAL CAVES ASSOCIATION
Park City, KY
A non-profit organization of publicly and privately owned show caves and caverns developed for public visitation. All are natural caves or caverns beneath the surface of the earth.
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