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  • Shay Wheat

    Nice shot. 17 places on the edge

  • S. John

    FANTASTIC PIT – CAVERNA ELLISON, GEÓRGIA

  • Cindee

    The Fantastic Pit in Georgia's Ellisons Cave is 586' deep (179 m), which is the deepest known cave pit in the United States. This pit is big enough to hold the Washington Monument.

  • Lois Campbell

    Northeast Georgia is home to Ellison’s cave, which contains the appropriately-named Fantastic cave pit. At 586 feet deep, it’s the deepest known cave pit in the United States and a dream come true for a dedicated rappeler. A rock dropped from the top is said to take about eight seconds to reach the ground. If dropping almost 600 feet into a deep, dark cave is what you fancy, then a trip to Georgia is definitely in order.

  • Sydney Heather

    Fantastic Pit (Cave) of Georgia...added to my bucket list!!!

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