Entre-Prises has built on its experience in creating artificial climbing structures to expand into the underground sector, and has developed innovative solutions for caving. Entre-Prises bespoke caving systems offer a thrilling experience to visitors, who can explore the “unknown” in a safe, controlled environment.

Negotiating narrow passageways, descending shafts, diving into sumps and moving through undulating tunnels is an experience like no other, sometimes daunting, yet exhilarating. From ultra-realistic caving systems to recreational indoor caves for kids, Entre-Prises offers everyone the chance to explore underground caves, whether for fun or for professional training. These caving systems really are accessible for everyone.

Artificial caves are perfect for children as being more nimble than adults, they can move around easily in all the tunnels and narrow passageways. The caving environment is ideally suited to people with physical and mental disabilities. Their lack of strength in some areas can prove to be a true benefit in this stimulating environment.

Adults can explore the tunnels and chambers in complete safety. They will experience the excitement and challenges of caving, without having to confront the potential dangers, which leads onto the training aspect.

Caves are suitable for training individuals or groups who need to be trained in rescue or evacuation techniques. This is ideal for the likes of firefighters, ambulance staff and search & rescue groups who may need to perform such procedures in confined spaces or areas with restricted access.


Exclusive supplier of artificial caves for the British Caving Association (BCA)


“Entre-Prises has introduced a new dimension to caving. By replicating natural caves in the most minute detail, they provide an ideal solution for people to experience caving in a safe, fun and exhilarating environment. “

“Caving delivers fulfilment to users in many different ways. The BCA has introduced thousands of young people to this activity thanks to Entre-Prise artificial caves. Many of them became hooked, and moved on to exploring natural caves. I think this is the finest reward. “

Andy Eavis
British Caving Association