Bulletin of the National Speleological Society - ISSN 0146-9517
Number 14: 40-46 - December 1952

A publication of the National Speleological Society

The Kuh-I-Shuh Caves
John H.D. Hooper


The fascinating accounts of a visit to some little-known caves situated in a gorge of the Karun River in southern Persia is replete with history, both geologic and human, though not too much is known of the latter. The caves described herein, once inhabited, lie along a narrow ledge, in one place only 12 inches wide, which runs across the face of precipitous cliffs at a height of 1200 feet above the river.

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