Bilsteinhöhlen Gallery


Image: the Bilstein, the rock which gave the cave its name.
Image: the way to the cave.
Image: the cave entrance, impressive is the profile of the cave.
Image: the cave entrance, impressive is the profile of the cave.
Image: the cave entrance from inside.
Image: the strange profile continues inside.
Image: lampenflora, algae, moss and fern growing from the electric light.
Image: a narrow, gorge-like passage.
Image: impressive formations.
Image: main hall of the cave.
Image: this nearby cave is called Kulturhöhle, which means "inhabited cave".
Image: south of the Bilstein are this ponors, were in spring the melting water vanishes.
Image: in this spring north of the Bilstein, the vanished water reappears, after it crossed the Bilstein through the lowest level of the cave system.
Image: an old engraving, called "Tropfsteinhöhle bei Warstein" (dripstone cave near Warstein).
Image: Höhle zu Sundwich anno 1840. Engraving by H. Winkles after a painting by C. Schlickum.

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