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British adventure photographer Robbie Shone descended into the Gorner Glacier near Zermatt in Switzerland to capture spectacular pictures of ice caves via British photographer Robbie Shone explores beautiful ice caves in a Swiss glacier - Telegraph.

Glacier Cave, Mt. Titlis, Switzerland

A spectacular Glacier Cave in Mt. Titlis, a mountain of the Uri Alps, located in central Switzerland

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) taken on a smartphone - Below the surface of the ice and in a contact cave on the Gorner glacier in Switzerland, the second largest glacial system in the Alps, scalloped icy-blue walls glisten inside a moulin. Sadly, over recent years I've noticed this ice mass shrink in size.

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) taken on a smartphone - Below the surface of the ice and in a contact cave on the Gorner glacier in Switzerland, the second largest glacial system in the Alps, scalloped icy-blue walls glisten inside a moulin. Sadly, over recent years I've noticed this ice mass shrink in size.

sliding head first through glacial runoff? Sure, feel like I need to give it a try. Wonder if thy have a beginners lane. ;) the sport of hydrospeeding has emerged as a glacial summertime hobby.

Photo of the Day: Tubing Down a Glacier

ALETSCH GLACIER, valais Switzerland sliding head first through glacial runoff? Sure, feel like I need to give it a try.) the sport of hydrospeeding has emerged as a glacial summertime hobby.

Cave Eisriesenwelt , Salzburg Austria

The Eisriesenwelt (German for "World of the Ice Giants") is a natural limestone ice cave located in Werfen, Austria, about 40 km south of Salzburg. It is the largest ice cave in the world extending more than and visited by about tourists every year.

Top 10 Ice Caves in the World

Eisriesenwelt is the largest ice cave in the world, located in Werfen, Austria. - Glacial And Ice Caves From Around The World.

Plummeting to new depths: Spectacular ice caves photographed for the first time deep beneath a Swiss glacier

Plummeting to new depths: Spectacular ice caves photographed for the first time deep beneath a Swiss glacier

Evening light bounces in, giving the ice cave an eery, other-worldly blue glow.

Canyon Walk, Aare Gorge; Switzerland

quenalbertini: Canyon Walk, Aare Gorge, Switzerland, photo by vlad

WOW! Crystal ice cave in the Skaftafell national park in Iceland.

Ice cave in the Skaftafell National Park in Iceland. Ice caves collapse and new ones form as each glacier grinds slowly towards the sea. Local guides can help you (without dying) find one. (Visit Skaftafell National Park in Iceland.

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