Queen’s University’s Caving Club is the only student led caving club based in Northern Ireland.
When do we meet?
We meet at our scheduled training times in the main sports hall of Queen’s Sport PEC every week. These are;
• General Practice: Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, followed by a visit to Wetherspoon for food & drinks
• Advanced Practice: Sundays from 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Do you run trips?
YES! We run trips on a monthly basis (all going well), just email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out when our next trip is running and to reserve a space!
Sign me up!
No problem, just send a quick email to email@example.com and enquire about signing up, or meet us at our training times and join in person!
Caving is the exploration of wild cave systems that extend deep underground. It is an adventure sport that involves a combination of climbing, crawling and clambering down below the surface of the earth.
Every one of the hundreds of caves throughout Ireland is a unique underground assault course, each presenting new challenges such as abseiling into expansive caverns, squeezing through tight passages, or swimming across subterranean lakes.
The yearn for adventure and spirit of teamwork are what drives us to to keeping exploring.
We’re motivated by the feeling of discovery from experiencing hidden wonders beneath the earth, often tens of thousands of years in the making.
Caving will give you the opportunity to face unique challenges, and the sense of accomplishment from overcoming them will keep you coming back for more!
QUB Caving Club is proud to support the New To Caving Initiative.
The NewToCaving Website contains a wealth of knowledge about all things caving for anyone that is new to the sport. Give it a visit to find out more!
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