The Darby Ice/Wind caves. This is the first time I went through. It only took us 10 hours in the cave, which is pretty good considering we did not have a guide. I would definitely trust my life with these guys.
Right after the last ice rappel.
This is a cave that I have gone in a lot. I'm kinda obsessed. It's pretty hard core, and the ice in it is really cool. Some people think it's dangerous
In the middle of the ice cave. The cave is a one-way deal, starting at one side of a canyon and coming out farther down the canyon. It is a one-way cave, that is, you cannot retrace your footsteps after you take your rope off the last ice rappel. Thus, if you are stuck it's bad news. A few of you have heard that story. We were stuck overnight chopping through this block of ice to get out.
Not the funnest thing in the world. 26 hours chopping at that thing, and we were out. And despite common belief, search and rescue did not come to our aid. We met them at the trailhead, before they started to come up looking for us.