On the Jämtland mountains, a group of spelunkers and cave divers are exploring what proved to be Sweden’s longest underwater cave. Work has been going on for ten eventful years in a struggle against the elements. Meters of deep snow, ice and cold are some of the difficulties faced by the group. The expedition members are a part of the swedish speleology association (SSF) and are hand picked for the expedition purposes.
Besides the SSF-members we are dependent on the local citizens of Stora blåsjön that each year provides support, help and knowledge.