We explored Kate’s Cove cave as far as we could. Into the blackness we went down a steep boulder pile into the depths of the cave. The floor was strewn with rocks and the walls were cold to touch. We had never been in a cave before where the rocks were so cold. The expedition medic even suggested I had frost nip at one point! After about 80m, the bouldery floor gave way to a narrow slot. Pictured here, Chris is bridging his way over the top of the slot. We climbed down to see if it led to a way on. It got colder and colder and at its deepest point measured -17.1’C. Could this be the coldest cave in the world? Who knows.