Cass cave is located in West Virginia and has one entrance. The entrance passage is a stream passage which eventually leads to the top of a 130-foot waterfall which drops into the big room. The cave was originally done by rappelling in the waterfall to gain access to the floor of the big room. This is very dangerous and 2 deaths have happened in the cave over the years. DO NOT DROP THE WATERFALL! Just before the top of the falls is a climb up into an upper chamber which leads to the bolts where the drop is done. Gaining access to the bolts is also dangerous and a belay should be used to rig the rope. At the bottom of the 160-foot drop, one enters the big room. This is a large chamber and eventually leads to more cave at its end. Currently the cave is closed due to numerous rescues. ENJOY THE PHOTOS!

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