Caving in Alberta
Canmore Caverns
Canmore Alberta
Explore a fascinating world of water-sculptured passageways and
chambers of lime mineral formations under Grotto Mountain.

Wapiabi Cave
Nordegg, AB, Canada

Canyon Creek Ice Cave
Bragg Creek
Wear a helmet when going to this cave.

Cadomin Cave
Cadomin, AB, Canada
the cave has been largely destroyed by hundreds of thoughtless morons
who have spray painted the walls and left their garbage throughout the
cave. Only the most remote sections of the caves are undamaged, and even
those seem to be suffering increased visitation. If you are visiting
Cadomin PLEASE do not disturb the bats. Waking the bats up from their
winter hibernation causes exterme drains on their energy reserves and
could kill them.

Castleguard Caves
Banff National Park
(near the Columbia Icefield )
AB, Canada
Total Length: Longest cave in Canada at 16.2 km; depth is 350 m Description: Contains rare cave features and invertebrate animals Reaching Castleguard Cave requires a 20 km trip over a glacier Castleguard Cave runs directly under a mountain and ends in a series of ice plugs. The cave floods randomly in the summer, so trips are done in the winter only Closed to the general public. The entrance is protected by a gate and special permission must be obtained in order to enter.

Saskatchewan Glacier Ice Cave
Columbia Icefields
Banff National Park, BC, Canada

Wood Buffalo National Park
Fort Smith area
Alberta/NWT, Canada
The Salt River trail has a 7.5-kilometer (4.6-mile) North Loop and a 9-kilometer (5.5-mile) South Loop through terrain having many caves, sinkholes and underground streams. The park can be reached via the Mackenzie Highway to Hay River and Highway 5 to Fort Smith which is 36 kilometers (22 miles) east of the park.

AB, Canada

  Miette Hot Springs
Fiddle River Valley
Jasper, AB, Canada
Tel: 403 866-3939
Directions: E end of the Fiddle River Valley, 44 km (27 mi) E of Jasper
townsite via Hwy 16, and 17 km (10 mi) S via Miette Rd (turn at
Pocahontas) Jasper Alberta

Rat's Nest Cave
near Banff National Park
4km long and is now gated Commercial tours are available for interested parties

Canmore Caverns
Grotto Mountain
Canmore, AB, Canada

Crowsnest Pass
near Highway 3
AB, Canada
Cleft Cave is the cavern of choice - large room and ice crystals no technical climbing and minimal tight squeezing in Cleft It can be explored in one to 1.5 hours. This area also includes Yorkshire Pot (second longest system in Canada at over 12798m) and Gargantua Most of the caves are located at high elevations about four hours hiking and 900m of elevation gain from the nearest road.

Arctomys Cave
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Nearest Major Town/City: Valemount
PO Box 2045, 4051 -18th Ave.
Prince George, BC, Canada
V2N 2J6
Fax: 250-565-6940
Bordered on the east by the Continental Divide and Alberta's Jasper National Park, Mount Robson Provincial Park is located 375 km northeast of Kamloops. The Yellowhead Route (Highways 5 and 16) provides easy access to the park from Jasper and Edmonton to the east, from Prince George and Prince Rupert to the west, and from Kamloops and Vancouver to the south. deepest cave north of Mexico at 536m (3495 m length) 20km backpack to reach the entrance

Cave and Basin National Historic Site
Banff, AB, Canada
403-762-1566 Location: The West End of Cave Avenue in the town of Banff Description: Warm mineral springs can be found inside the cave, and outside in an emerald coloured basin Peak season: Summer and Christmas April 18 - June 12: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Summer Hours (June 13 - September 13): 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Rest of the Year: Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m..