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Cave map map

I have now put up all my Finnish cave maps at the Planetcaver site. There's maps for 34 different caves, almost all of which are in the Kirkkonummi area. A few maps are in the works.

The maps are laid on a Google Maps map, so it should be easy to browse the different locations and the available maps.

The maps link is https://planetcaver.net/mapmap.html. In addition, there are the regular caving blog stories at Planetcaver.net: https://planetcaver.net/ and a worldwide map of all my cave excursions here: https://planetcaver.net/geo.html.

This article has also been published at Blogspot. See also other articles by the planetskier TGR! Photos and text (c) 2020 by Jari Arkko. All rights reserved.

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