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Brief presentation of the Amateur Cavers' Club from Cluj (CSA Cluj)

The Amateur Cavers' Club from Cluj was founded on February 6, 1966 and it was legally registered on March 24, 1992. It is affiliated to:

  • Transylvanian Speleological Society
  • Romanian Speleological Federation
  • Regional Center for Ecological Survey of the Apuseni Mountains

  • and it gathers members from 16 to 70 years old.

    The aims of the organization are:

    In order to accomplish these aims, we develop the following kind of activities: The Amateur Cavers' Club from Cluj is the manager of three Romanian caves, declared as natural monuments or speleological reserves. These caves are the following: Each of these has special features related to length, morphology or crystallography. The Vântului Cave is the longest Romanian cave, having more than 50 km of galleries, representing also the longest cave from SE Europe.

    The outcomes of the club's activities are over 100 km of new galleries, several articles and scientific works published, by its members, in different specialized magazines in Romania and abroad. During its 35 years of continuous activity, which includes 68 speleological camps, the club and its members were awarded with 50 trophies and diplomas.


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