“You Were given a Torch and Sent in to Explore”

I was really blown away by Giants Cave as all of my other cave experiences felt more staged.

I was surprised to find at Giants Cave you were given a torch and sent in to explore.  There were no guides and no lights and you just followed the safety ropes.  In the middle you could turn off your torch to pitch the cave into complete darkness, which was pretty incredible to experience.

There were a lot of ladders and tight sections, and it really felt like you were exploring the cave structure on your own.  It was a real surprise and something we all really loved.

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