A Photo-Journal Of The Irish Underground


Pollnagollum–Poulelva is an active stream system and, at 16km, is the longest cave in Ireland. I have visited the cave just once, with the Clare Caving Club, where we ventured into the area around Cotter’s Gallery. Because of the large group size of mixed abilities I decided against taking too many photo breaks and brought minimal camera equipment. However, I did manage a few opportunistic shots and, more importantly, earmarked a few spots to return to photograph in the future.

County Clare Caves By County

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