How Do I Find Caves?
Rules Of Safe Caving
The Art Of Cave Digging
Spanish Caving Terms
Oaxaca Trip Report
Tabasco Trip Report
New Caver Training
Colorado Bend SP
Beck Ranch Cleanup
Pictures: Whirlpool Cave
Pictures: Maple Run Cave
Pictures: Cobb Cavern
Pictures: Midnight Cave
Pictures: Rebelay Practice
All Random Images
Video: Maple Cave Movie
Video: Guano Gathering
Bill Russell and Andy Zenker after digging in Resistivity Cave - Picture by Andy Zenker (2008)
The Underground Texas Grotto (UTG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit from the Austin area that explore caves in Central Texas and beyond, keeping alive traditions from 1951. Members range from raw beginners and occasional cavers to hard core international expedition cavers. All community members interested in caves and caving are welcome.
Dates: the 1st, 3rd and 5th Wednesdays (if there is one) of every month at 7:30 pm
Location: The High Road on Dawson, 700 Dawson Rd, Austin, TX 78704
The meeting location may occasionally change, so it might be wise to check the calendar for more details!
Meetings feature accounts of recent caving expeditions, slide shows, and a chance to sign up for caving trips and training sessions. Contact us for location and directions.
Learn how to rappel and climb rope safely. Be sure to introduce yourself at the meeting and talk to people who are leading upcoming caving trips. UT Grotto membership is open to all members of the greater Austin community.
To become an official member of the grotto, please fill out this form. Recommended dues are $2 for first-year cavers and $10 for all others. Dues are paid directly to the Treasurer, in cash and in person.
The UT Grotto uses Google Calendar to store its events. If you already have a Google E-mail address or other Google account, you can add the UT Grotto calendar view to your own calendar account.
P. O. Box 7672