- The third arm of the cave, the F-survey, is reached by a series of drops ending at Lake Lebarge.
- On the far side of Lake Lebarge is this aragonite-encrusted column.
- Separated from Lake Lebarge by a huge boulder is a smaller lake, Chandelar.
- The Yellow Brick Road is an orange flowstone cascade extending hundreds of feet.
- The Lebarge Borehole is a gypsum-lined passage paralleling the Yellow Brick Road.
- The Chandelier Ballroom. Some of the chandeliers are over 15' long, ending in selenite crystals.
- One of several clusters of chandeliers in the room
- This is another cluster of chandeliers which have formed columns.
- A larger-scale view of the lower end of the Chanelier Ballroom. Note the two cavers for scale.
- The Pearlsian Gulf, with its blue-green lake and impressive stals.
- A wide variety of pearls is found in the Pearlsian Gulf. Many are tiny, such as these.
- Some of the larger, "toasted" pearls have been cemented in.
- Some of the more unusual pearls at the Gulf.
- Above the Pearlsian Gulf is a heavily decorated region known as Yo Acres.
- Yo Acres ascends steeply through forests of formations.
- Hoodoo Hall, named for its aragonite-encrusted raft cones.
- The Dilithium Crystals, a unique sub-aqueous selenite form.
- This gypsum formation is fondly known as the Easter Bunny
- Here a gypsum rim is separating from a gypsum column.
- These gypsum formations are on the slope above the Chandelier Ballroom.