A classic weekend in the Mendips, featuring cider, caves, cider, caving games, cider and The Incident.


A wet weekend in which every other club in the Dales also decided to go to Mason Gill. Much faff ensued, along with some caving. The results so scarred many that they recuperated in Inglesport whilst only two people went caving on Sunday.

An excellent winter tour featuring lots of food, caving, caving games, and fine company. Sunday saw us in a huge range of caves on Kingsdale, with Gaping Ghyll (five entrances on Monday!), a relaxing Valley Entrance/ Notts 2 combo on Tuesday, Easegill on Wednesday, Masongill on Thursday and Lost Johns' on Friday!


A wet weekend in the Dales. On Saturday, we stayed near Ingleborough with a trip to Gaping Gill Main Chamber to see the waterfall in full force, and another outing to probe the depths of Hurnel Moss Pot. On Sunday, a smaller team walked to Sell Gill holes; the normally dry fossil route provided an enjoyable, wet trip to the impressive and well watered main chamber.


CHECC it out.


A disgustingly competent trip into Notts Pot saw teams down the Centre, Left, and Adamsons'. We all go to the exchange point and no one ran out of rope or forgot any vital bits of equipment. No, really. On Sunday we bimbled back and forth in a surprisingly dry Notts 2. The scaffolding was appraised as unsafe by a civil engineering student.


The first pilgrimage to Greenclose of the year. We rigged all of West Kingsdale on Saturday (or near enough) with trips top Aquamole, Jingling, Bull, and Yordas. On Sunday we picked off the stragglers of Saturday's assault with a trip into Heron and a Swinsto pull-through.


The one with the inaugural treasure hunt, fun with Notts, and copious numbers of people in the OFD system.


A manic first trip with 22 cavers heading to South Wales. Classic trips into Ogof Fynnon Dddu on Saturday. OFD and Porth Yr Ogof along with the more esoteric Ogof Fechanon on Sunday!

Welcome, 2018 freshers, to the Imperial College Caving Club website! If you’re interested in caving, then this is probably the place for you.

There’s a list of our upcoming trips above and the website contains loads of useful info for new and prospective members here. You can also check out our trip reports (e.g. Wales + Yorkshire for a better idea of what a weekend with us entails!

If you have any questions, feel free to email us on our gmail account, or join our facebook group to get the most up to date info on trips and socials.

We’ll be in Beit Quad for Fresher’s Fair and hope to see you there! We’ll also be holding a meet & greet plus tree training (aka dangling from trees in caving kit) in Princes Gardens from 12pm on Wednesday 3rd October. If you’re not sure where to go, we’ll be in pretty noticeable caving kit mingling around one of the big trees on the Ethos side of the gardens. Tree training will then occur every Wednesday of first term from 12pm!

You can find us at the Union Bar/FiveSixEight every Tuesday from 6pm where we’ll be drinking beer and possibly be in the possession of a noticeable caving helmet.

Watch this video for some more info on the club and how to get involved from one of our ex-presidents!