2016 DINPI Föld Napja rendezvény

Written by Tamasi Dóra.

2016 föld napjaEgyesületünk bemutatására és ezen keresztül a barlangok és a barlangjárás szépségeinek megismertetésére kiváló alkalom a Duna-Ipoly Nemzeti Park Föld Napja rendezvény a Pál-völgyi-kőfejtőben. Ide 4 éve kapunk meghívást melynek szívesen teszünk eleget. A rendezvény főleg egy civil forgatag, ahol a berendezett standunkon az érdeklődők megfoghatják, kipróbálhatják eszközeinket. Idén is készültünk kőzet bemutatóval, barlangi élővilágról ismertetővel és a barlangász „csomózdában” együtt bogozhattuk a köteleket. A feladatokat sikeresen teljesítők a tízpróba keretében pecsétet kaptak és a Nemzeti Park ajándékait vehették át.

Idén először mászófallal színesítettük az eseményt, előző években a sziklafalon mászhattak a résztvevők. A nagy érdeklődést rendszerint a kígyózó sor mutatja.

V4 Cave rescue practice in Poland

Written by Németh Tamás - ifj. Adamkó Péter.

Hordágyszállítás a barlangbanBetween 28.10.2015 and 30.10.2015 was hold a cave-rescuer meeting  in Zakopane, Poland. Beside the organiser local rescue organisation (Tatrzańskie Ochotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe - TOPR) took part the Czech, the Slovakian and the Hungarian cave rescuers (the “V4 countries”), altogether 25 people.


Our accomodation was in the rescue basis of TOPR. That is a 4 staged building in Zakopane, which is also an operative centre, an equipment store and a preparation basis at the same time. In the underground store there is a great amount of rescue equipment, which is completely changed at least in every two years.


In the base level is the operative centre, here is a mountainy rescuer group waiting for the alarm round-the clock. At a few hundred meter distance from here there is a helicopter base, where two helicopters are ready to be used for rescue. In the Tatra-hills there are 1500-2000 accidents yearly, most of them are ski-accidents, and avalanches.

Report about the Klemenskov Pekel international cave rescue training

Written by Adamkó Péter ifj. - Németh Tamás.

Slovenia, 9-15 October, 2015.

Szlovén gyakorlat

As a member of the ECRA international organisation The Hungarian Cave Rescue Organisation was invited to the training. Almost all Slovenan cave rescuers, 3 Hungarian, 5 Serbian, 5 Bosnian and 1 person from Montenegro participated on the program. Alltogether 60 person were present.

The training was really excellent, the host organisation proved to be well-equipped, disciplined and exemplary also in logistical areas.

After arriving on Friday evening, greeting old friends, the real program began on Saturday Morning at 7 with wake up. The cave for the simulated rescuing consisted a 270 m deep vertical after that a 300 m long horizontal part. It was divided into 9 parts, each of them had its own group with a leader person. This information was absolutely clear in the rescue plan, which was visible at the leader tent on a table.

Deadly accident in the cave of Csengő, Slovakia

Written by BMSz - Szórádi Attila.

A csengő-zsomboly térképeThe Hungarian Cave Rescue Service received a call out on the 6th of November, 2015, Friday afternoon that an accident happened in Csengő pothole (Bell-cave) lying in Slovakia Plešivecká plateau (near Roznava). Three Hungarian individuals (industrial alpinists, who did not have the technical qualifications for vertical caving) descended into the cave without official permit and not under organized circumstances. They allegedly wanted to spend more days in the cave.


The pothole starts with a large, hundred-meter deep vertical shaft, where a larger ledge can be found at-60 meters. The bottom of the cave is a vast, fragmented gallery.


Descending, Mr. B.G. (36 years old) went first, installing the ropes in the cave. Halfway through the shaft on the ledge (supposedly due to saving some rope) he did not install a belay line and walked through the ledge without any belay.

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