Welcome! The MIT Caving Club is a group of students, alumni, and partners who all love the adventure of seeing things you only can if you're dozens of feet under the earth, up to your shins in mud, and shining a dim light into the darkness of a squeezy tunnel. We go on various trips throughout the year to caves in the northeastern United States.
5/17-19: Spring NRO ~ contact email@example.com for info
5/17: Advanced vertical practice in 66 north stairwell 7-10pm
Check out our calendar for a full list of Caving Club trips and events.
5/13: We have elected new officers for the 2019-2020 school year. Check out the new positions on the About page.
5/8: The Spring NRO will be hosted by the Boston Grotto this year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to come with the Caving Club.
5/1: Most bat hibernation caves are now open!!
4/17: Tripleader training will be happening! Please email email@example.com if you are interested. NO experience is required.
"Can I put mud all over my face and then you take my picture?" ~sabina22, Morris Cave
"What is this knot, and why does it exist???" ~truchane, Selleck's Karst Preserve
"This is wet. And terrifying. Why do I love this?" ~ejporter, Bensons
"I had an existential crisis. Am I a human or a worm?!?" ~feroz, Bensons New Dig
"This is the part I don't like about caving...confined spaces." ~tristanh, Bensons
"Why would I want to go into a hole that leads to nowhere? ...oh wait that;s what all of this is." ~mayalk, Bensons
"So what do I do with my body now?" ~amigdal, Clarksville Thook Entrance
"If you can't find the path, lower your standards." ~mayalk, Finding Xanathu
"I feel like I'm being born." ~maristep, Morris wet pinch
How to Get Involved
The MIT Caving Club is open to all members of the MIT and surrounding community. To subscribe to our mailing list, either add yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org on Webmoira or email email@example.com. We announce all trips and events there.