Horne Lake Caves Camping Trip (September 1998)
Hard time in site 10C! We played a lot of card games in what
turned out to be one of the largest camping spots we've ever had.
We were on the mountain side of the road so we didn't have as much light
but we didn't have to listen to all the power boats. We arrived in camp
around 1pm (having met up and bought food in Nanaimo) set up and four of
us rented canoes to tour the lake.
The biggest part of this trip was the caving trip on Sunday.
We went to the Riverbend cave - a normally locked cave reserved for
guided trips. We went to the cave entrance at 1pm and stayed in
for five and half hours. The trip involved crawling, rappelling
and walking over streams and pools of water. The cave was pretty
cool - 7 degrees C - so be prepared for the cool.
The cave has some exquisite formations, and this section goes over
what I saw and liked.
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