- The second arm of the cave discovered was accessed by Apricot Pit, over 300' of ropework down a sloping rift.
- Below the rift are a series of decorated chambers known collectively as Nirvana. This is the Emperor's Chamber.
- The Emperor formation.
- A large drapery in the Emperor's Chamber.
- The Orange Bowl is a dry pool basin.
- Not all the lakes in Nirvana are dry. This is the Lake of the Blue Giants, named for its large submerged stalagmites, up to 12' tall.
- Submerged stals in Lake of the Blue Giants, shot at a depth of about 20'. Note the encructed shelfstone on the left, indicating former pool levels.
- Diving in nearby Stud Lake turned up these unique subaqueous helictites, about 10' below the water's surface.
- After traveling through Nirvana and the Near East, a 200' ascent leads to the top of the Aragonitemare and the Far East.
- The top of the Aragonitemare, like much of the Far East, is well decorated.
- A major chamber in the Far East is the Land of Fire and Ice.
- Beyond Fire and Ice, a major trunk passage called Glacier Way leads to Grand Guadalupe camp.
- A side passage off Glacier Way leads to Bryce Canyon, where acidic waters have carved impressive rillenkarren.
- One of the most impressive aragonite bushes is found in the Far East. The "plate" is remarkably two dimensional and almost 2' high.
- Just beyond the Far East camp, a gypsum-lined passageare leads into dry pool basins.
- Button or "mushroom" coralloids with large hydromagnesite balloons, Far East.
- A rare form of "feathered" aragonite in the Far East
- Gypsum crystals in the Far East
- The Swinging Soda Straw Room in the Far East
- Shelfstone on a dry pool basin in Boundary Waters, Far East