The Grampian Speleological Group

Location: 45-47 Ratcliffe Terrace, Edinburgh, EH9 1SU.

The Grampian Speleological Group was formed in 1961 and is the oldest and largest caving club in Scotland. Its members have discovered and extended caves all over Scotland and the British Isles – a process that continues today. Further afield, members have participated in expeditions from Austria to Equador to Hawaii to Zimbabwe, and caved on all continents – except perhaps Antarctica.

The Grampian Speleological Group, based in Edinburgh, unites cavers throughout Scotland and further afield for the exploration of Scottish caves, with regular trips to other caving regions. Most of Scotland’s caves have been discovered, extended and documented by GSG members, with new discoveries taking place even now.

The Grampian Speleological Group was formed in 1961 and is the oldest and largest caving club in Scotland. Its members have discovered and extended caves all over Scotland and the British Isles – a process that continues today. Further afield, members have participated in expeditions from Austria to Equador to Hawaii to Zimbabwe, and caved on all continents – except perhaps Antarctica.
Regular Watering Hole

Members meet every Tuesday evening in Leslie’s Bar (45-47 Ratcliffe Terrace, Edinburgh) from about 8:30.

Club Contact Information
Website: http://gsg.org.uk/
Email: http://gsg.org.uk/contactus

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