Most of our current members live across the South of England and South Wales where we have a cottage adjacent to the Mynydd Llangattock limestone massif. This has some of the longest and largest caves in the country with 65+ kms of explored passages.
Explore the amazing
world beneath your feet
The club caters to all levels of caver and
welcomes new members with both broad
and specialist caving interests including
photography, cave surveying, geology,
science, and the discovery of new caves.
Beginners can acquire practical skills and
know-how, gaining knowledge about caves
and caving in the company of experienced
members while exploring the natural beauty
of the hidden underground world.
CHELSEASPELÆOLOGICALSOCIETYExploring underground across the UK and beyond
CHELSEASPELÆOLOGICALSOCIETYCaving in Wales,the South of England,and beyond
Only two access briefing meetings for 2017 remain. These are on 25th May 6pm and 27th May 10am. If you miss these, then you must wait until 2018!Attending a briefing allows you to get a badge to enter the Range West military area valid until May 2018 to explore for caves on spectacular cliffs within the tank firing range when it is not in use.
Disused WW2 / Cold War tunnels were opened to the public on 22nd April by Ken Skates the AM for Clywd South. Mr Skates, pictured, is the former Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, and he currently holds the Economy and Infrastructure portfolio.