Middle entrance of Gargantua
|Location||Andy Good Plateau, Canada|
Gargantua is a limestone cave located on the Andy Good Plateau in British Columbia, Canada. As of 2002[update] it has 6001 m of passages with a depth of 286 m. It contains the largest natural cavern in Canada at 290m long, 30m wide and 25m high.
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