Jeter River Cave

Jeter River cave started out as a small lead found by local cavers in Clarksville, Tennessee. After negotiations with the landowner, who had visited it with his kids and insisted it ended in low airspace, we got permission to access the cave. There was a low airspace, but so much more. (5500 feet more, to be exact.)

 An extract from the final map showing the best part of the cave- the Longest 94.

An extract from the final map showing the best part of the cave- the Longest 94.

 Jason looks upstream towards the longest 94.

Jason looks upstream towards the longest 94.

 Chrissy standing on the plunge pool- a climb-up from deep water is required to pass this.

Chrissy standing on the plunge pool- a climb-up from deep water is required to pass this.

 Jason sketching in the river passage with (gasp!) carbide!

Jason sketching in the river passage with (gasp!) carbide!

 The final map which was released to the landowner, and to the  Tennessee Cave Survey.

The final map which was released to the landowner, and to the Tennessee Cave Survey.