Watch Explorers Fight for Survival in the World’s Deepest Cave

If you loved Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi’s ‘The Rescue,’ then this video about the world’s deepest cave will have you glued to the screen once again.

The world’s deepest cave isn’t easy to find. Located in one of the most remote mountain ranges on Earth, Veryovkina Cave plunges to a depth of 7,257 feet. With the entrance located at 7,500 feet, spelunkers must deal with technical climbing just to reach it.

The latest video from YouTube’s “Scary Interesting” tells the history of the infamous Georgia cave. The thrilling narrative covers the unexpected rain event that nearly killed the team tasked with exploring it. It also unfurls the mystery of a body found deep in the cave — and the macabre way the man’s remains were ultimately returned to his family.

So flip the lights off and grab a pillow — it’s scary movie time.

Runtime: 20 minutes

eric hanson caving in banff
Spelunking in Banff: Watch Caving Under the Rocky Mountains
Afraid of dark, tight spaces? Eric Hanson takes us inside Canmore Caves in Banff National Park. While most visitors hike trails, below the surface is an expansive network of otherworldy caves. Read more…

Andrew McLemore

An award-winning journalist and photographer, Andrew McLemore brings more than 14 years of experience to his position as Associate News Editor for Lola Digital Media. Andrew is a musician, climber and traveler who currently lives in Cuenca, Ecuador, which he uses as a home base for adventures throughout the Americas. When he's not writing, playing gigs or exploring the outdoors, he's hanging out with his dog Campana.

Topics: ,

Tags: , ,