I just got back the other day from a great caving trip. The group that I went with planed a four day and four night trip down the Jacks Fork river in Missouri. I have floated a lot of the rivers down in the southern Missouri region and I have to say that I really enjoyed the Jacks Fork. There were not as many springs on the river as the North Fork but as far as wild goes I think that the Jacks Fork has all the other rivers trumped. Out of the 15 or 20 caves that we stopped at along the river (there are probibly like 100 caves along this river) one of the most impressive was Jamup Cave. Location of Cave (you may have to switch to satellite view and zoom out to see location) The size of the cave is one of its most impressive features. Climbing up a small hillside one approaches the mouth of the cave.
Evan aproching the cave
Look closely… I am standing there on the rock in the middle… (This is HUGE)
Lower room with the large pool of water and waterfall. Notice the windows to the left and right of the waterfall
Me before I went into the side passage on the left. It goes for about 100 to 200 feet before terminating at a very small waterfall