ZO ČSS 6-14 Suchy Zleb is one of the basic organizations (ZO) forming the Czech Speleological Society (CSS), operating in the Moravian Karst. The emergence of our Group attributable to the higher development of amateur speleology after the Second World War, when the territory of the former Czechoslovakia created many more or less organized caving organisation. The area is now a diverse group of area, covering the left side of Dry Canyon karst Deep, true and plain Harbechy Lažáneckého Deep hillside with a number of sites, of which the most important are j cow hole Kalovy abyss Suchožlebská, Zazdena and others, discovered largely the construction of the road between Mill Rock, and Island at the gorge, the sinkhole Společňák Harbechách to which they dig rudičtí miners in the 20th the last century and Lažánky cave, located in a small slash in the same Deep. Our foreign trade expanded list of important sites especially the discovery of the cave slant well (Lažánky Glen, 2002), a somewhat curious sequel Cow’s finding holes and especially the discovery of underground space under the sink holes No. 3 Harbešské Plateau (2012).
Activities in Moravian Karst, however, was often in the shadow of another branch of caving expedition and caving as Dry Deep belonged to the late 70 years among the pioneers speleoalpinism and SRT (Single Lead techniques). First came the descents into sports then known propasťovitých systems in Poland, Romania and France, and soon after its own research in the former Yugoslavia, now Montenegro. Members Suchy Deep stood not only on the deepest caves in the world (Jean Bernard 1983 Krubera-Voronja 2005, 2006), but also found their own new site, of which the most important are the Goat Hole in the mountain Orjen (-662 m), the Abyss Nyx Maganiku (- 622 m) and in the same area as the latest site which has reached a depth of 1027 m, becoming the first Czech caves, beyond the depth of 1 km.