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Cuevas de Gufr Berger


El sistema de cuevas en Francia Gufr Berger fue una vez considerado el más profundo del mundo y hoy en día es un destino muy popular para los espeleólogos que deseen probar sus habilidades en una profundidad de varios cientos de metros.

Descubierta en 1950, la cueva debe su nombre a uno de los descubridores: Joseph Berger. Su profundidad es de 1122 metros y aun así esta cueva tan solo ocupa el lugar 28º del ranking mundial.

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British Team Explore Incredible Gouffre Berger Cave...***EXCLUSIVE***  VERCORS, FRANCE - UNDATED: A British male cave explorer admires an unusual cave formation known as the Enormous Cascade, deep underground in Gouffre Berger caves in the Vercors, France.  Once though thought to be the deepest cave in the world, the Gouffre Berger in France is still one of the most popular destinations for cavers who want to test their skills hundreds of metres beneath the earth's surface. Pioneered by French cavers in the 1950s, the Gouffre Berger  named after Joseph Berger who was one of the men to uncover it  was the first cave to be explored at depth of more than 1000 metres. And it is a special place for British cave photographer Robbie Shone. "It's really spectacular and full of formations," explained the 31-year-old. "It's arguably the best sport cave in the world. I've been going back for years and a friend of mine has even been down there six times. It's a world famous cave, people come from all over the globe to s

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British Team Explore Incredible Gouffre Berger Cave...***EXCLUSIVE***  VERCORS, FRANCE - UNDATED: British male cave explorer treks in the narrow stream passage leading to the sump pool of Gouffre Berger caves in the Vercors, France.  Once though thought to be the deepest cave in the world, the Gouffre Berger in France is still one of the most popular destinations for cavers who want to test their skills hundreds of metres beneath the earth's surface. Pioneered by French cavers in the 1950s, the Gouffre Berger  named after Joseph Berger who was one of the men to uncover it  was the first cave to be explored at depth of more than 1000 metres. And it is a special place for British cave photographer Robbie Shone. "It's really spectacular and full of formations," explained the 31-year-old. "It's arguably the best sport cave in the world. I've been going back for years and a friend of mine has even been down there six times. It's a world famous cave, people come from all over the globe to see it."  PHOTOGRAPH BY R

British Team Explore Incredible Gouffre Berger Cave…***EXCLUSIVE*** VERCORS, FRANCE – UNDATED: British male cave explorer treks in the narrow stream passage leading to the sump pool of Gouffre Berger caves in the Vercors, France. Once though thought to be the deepest cave in the world, the Gouffre Berger in France is still one of the most popular destinations for cavers who want to test their skills hundreds of metres beneath the earth’s surface. Pioneered by French cavers in the 1950s, the Gouffre Berger named after Joseph Berger who was one of the men to uncover it was the first cave to be explored at depth of more than 1000 metres. And it is a special place for British cave photographer Robbie Shone. “It’s really spectacular and full of formations,” explained the 31-year-old. “It’s arguably the best sport cave in the world. I’ve been going back for years and a friend of mine has even been down there six times. It’s a world famous cave, people come from all over the globe to see it.” PHOTOGRAPH BY R

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