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List of deepest caves

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Dec 15, 2021

This list of deepest caves includes the deepest known natural caves according to maximum surveyed depth as of 2021[update]. The depth value is measured from the highest to the lowest accessible cave point.

# Name Depth (m) Length (km) Country coordinates
1 Veryovkina Cave 2212[1] 17.5 km (10.9 mi)[1] Abkhazia / Georgia

43°23′51″N40°21′34.9″E

2 Krubera-Voronja Cave 2199[2][3] 23.0 km (14.3 mi)[4][5] Abkhazia / Georgia 43°25′04.0″N40°18′35.4″E
3 Sarma cave 1830[2][6] 19.2 km (11.9 mi)[6] Abkhazia / Georgia 43°24′56.2″N40°21′50″E
4 Snezhnaja cave [ru] 1760[7] 40.8 km (25.4 mi) Abkhazia / Georgia 43°15′53″N40°43′06″E
5 Lamprechtsofen 1735[8] 61 km (38 mi)[8] Austria 47°31′34″N12°44′21″E
6 Gouffre Mirolda 1733[4] 13 km (8.1 mi) France 46°05′22″N6°46′11″E
7 Gouffre Jean-Bernard 1625[9] 26.6 km (16.5 mi)[10] France 46°06′08″N6°46′46.6″E
8 Sistema del Cerro del Cuevón [es] 1589[11] 7 km (4.3 mi) Spain 43°13′14″N4°51′37″W
9 Hirlatzhöhle  [de] 1560[12] 113 km (70 mi)[12] Austria 47°32′41.9″N13°37′51.5″E
10 Sistema Huautla 1560[13] 89 km (55 mi)[14] Mexico 18°07′20.68″N96°47′49.93″W
11 Chevé Cave 1536[15] 77.0 km (47.8 mi)[15] Mexico 17°51′43″N96°48′50″W
12 Pantjuhinskaja Cave [ru] 1508[4] 7.9 km (4.9 mi) Abkhazia / Georgia 43°19′54.4″N40°29′56.9″E
13 Sima de la Cornisa 1507[11][16] 6.4 km (4.0 mi) Spain 43°10′45″N04°51′51″W
14 Čehi 2 1505[17] 5.5 km (3.4 mi)[17] Slovenia 46°22′01″N13°30′36″E
15 Sistema del Trave [fr] 1441[11] 9.1 km (5.7 mi) Spain 43°13′16″N04°51′29″W
16 Velebit caves 1431[18][19] 3.7 km (2.3 mi) Croatia 44°46′01″N15°01′35″E
17 Boybuloq 1430[20] 15.2 km (9.4 mi)[20] Uzbekistan 38°23′04″N67°30′06″E
18 Egma Sinkhole 1429[21] 3.1 km (10,000 ft)[22] Turkey 36°18′54″N32°46′44″E
19 Gouffre de La Pierre Saint-Martin [fr] 1410[23] 83.6 km (51.9 mi). France, Spain 42°58′05″N0°46′10″W
20 Kuzgun Cave [ru] 1400[24] 3.1 km (1.9 mi) Turkey 37°50′13.50″N35°17′12.31″E
21 Hochschartehöhlensystem 1394[8][25] 14.6 km (9.1 mi) Austria 47°35′10.8″N13°05′40.1″E
22 Črnelsko brezno 1393[17][26] 20 km (12 mi)[17] Slovenia 46°22′25.8″N13°30′56.5″E
23 Abisso Paolo Roversi 1360[27][28] 4.2 km (2.6 mi) Italy 44°06′43.5″N10°13′32.9″E
24 Sistema Arañonera-Tendenera 1349[11][29] 45.2 km (28.1 mi) Spain 42°40′45.8″N0°08′33.4″W
25 BU 56 [fr] 1340[30] 25.2 km (15.7 mi) Spain 42°55′37.4″N0°45′28.1″W
26 Siebenhengste-Hohgant-Höhle 1340[31][32] 164.5 km (102.2 mi) Switzerland 46°47′1.76″N7°54′4.43″E
27 Sima del Sabbat (B112) 1327[11][33] 3 km (1.9 mi) Spain 42°30′59.1″N0°18′27.8″E
28 Slovačka jama [hr] 1324[34][19] 6.4 km (4.0 mi) Croatia 44°44′53″N15°00′16″E
29 Renetovo brezno [sl] 1322[17] 12.3 km (7.6 mi)[17] Slovenia 46°21′18.9″N13°26′42.4″E
30 Mala Boka 1319[17][35] 11.9 km (7.4 mi)[17] Slovenia 46°19′16.6″N13°29′28.6″E
31 Complesso del Releccio Alfredo Bini [it] 1313[36] 25.3 km (15.7 mi) Italy 45°57′27.6″N9°22′52.8″E
32 Jojar Cave 1300[14] 2.2 km (1.4 mi) Iran 34°25′31.2″N47°16′51.6″E
33 Cosanostraloch – Berger – Platteneck Höhlensystem [de] 1291[12][37] 30.3 km (18.8 mi) Austria 47°33′27″N13°13′16″E
34 Iljuhinskaja 1286[38][39] 8.9 km (5.5 mi) Abkhazia / Georgia 43.43146°N 40.35288°E / 43.43146; 40.35288 (Vladimir V. Iljukhina System)
35 Višnevskij cave 1283[40][41] 8.5 km (5.3 mi)[40] Uzbekistan 38°22′27″N67°31′58″E
36 Cueva Charco 1278[14][42] 6.7 km (4.2 mi)[14] Mexico 17°56′12″N96°46′25.8″W
37 Morca Cave 1276[43] 5.1 km (17,000 ft) Turkey 36°18′33.7″N32°39′37.4″E
38 Gouffre Berger 1271 37 km (23 mi) France 45°13′09″N5°36′17.2″E
39 Sistema del (Pozu) Xitu – Cueva de Culiembro [es] 1264[11][44] 10.7 km (6.6 mi) Spain 43°14′25.8″N4°55′36.9″W
40 Moskovskaja 1260[2] 2.5 km (1.6 mi) Abkhazia / Georgia 43°26′30″N40°22′56.7″E
41 Réseau du Casoar 1258[45][46] 17.3 km (10.7 mi) Papua New Guinea 5°28′53″S151°20′46″E
42 Torca dos los Rebecos 1255[11][47] 2.2 km (1.4 mi) Spain 43°13′01.8″N4°51′28.7″W
43 Pozo del Madejuno 1252[11][48] 2.8 km (1.7 mi) Spain 43°10′05.4″N4°50′40.5″W
44 Nedam (jama) [hr] 1250[49] 3.0 km (1.9 mi) Croatia
45 Sistema J2 1229[50] 14.8 km (9.2 mi) Mexico 17°54′13.75″N96°45′46.76″W

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