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A 2015 trip to TRC found members of the Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto relaxing at the Zeus Pools. Photo Credit: Damon Uleberg

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The Hole-in-Wall Bar
The Hole-in-Wall Bar

In the Hot Springs County Museum you will find the original Hole-in-the-Wall Bar and maybe even the Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto. Photo Credit: Chuck Carver

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Ropes Course Adventure
Ropes Course Adventure

In 2017 the Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto spent a day at the TMS Ropes Course in Thermopolis, WY. It was a day of adventure and a chance to get comfortable on rope. Photo Credit: Lorraine Lehman

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Pool Side
Pool Side

A 2015 trip to TRC found members of the Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto relaxing at the Zeus Pools. Photo Credit: Damon Uleberg

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​Membership

The Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto is an affiliated grotto of the National Speleological Society (NSS).  Membership is open to anyone with a sincere interest in speleology. Our members are bound together by their desire to learn about the underground wilderness and protect it for future generations.Membership to the Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto is $12 a year. Membership ensures you will get emailed about upcoming trips, pub nights, events and our newsletter The Outlaw

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Join the Board!

We currently have several board members looking to step down. We will be holding elections shortly. Please send an email to holeinthewallgrotto@gmail.com if you are interested in taking on a larger role in our caving community. 

2017 Grotto Christmas Party
Hole-in-the-Wall Board

The Hole-in-the-Wall Grotto is governed by an executive committee made up of the following officers: 

Chairman: Josh Parrie

Vice Chairman of Projects: Savannah Sawyer

Vice Chairman of Programs: Lynne Swank 

Secretary-Treasurer: Bob Montgomery

Newsletter Editor: Lorraine Lehman

NSS Recomendations 

We are asking our members to follow the recommendation of the NSS about caving during this time. For more information check out caves.org. Plus they have great content to keep you entertained during these times.

Caving during Isolation?
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Events

Cave Closures: October-April

A few of the caves in Wyoming have seasonal closures from October through April to allow for Bat Hibernation. Please respect these closures and check before you go caving if there are closures or if a permit is required.