I would agree with the review titled Avoid. As a person of height and weight (6' 5" and over 300LBs) I had a very negative experience in these caverns. I hit my head over 50 times and for days latter still have a very sore head with headaches. The lighting is poor and there were a number of times I hit my head multiple times trying to get through a single area. You are forced to slid on your hind end at least once and it is wet. Fortunately my pants didn't show anything after they dried out, since I was going to dinner to a nice place after touring the caverns. I have been to many others and have never had to duck and weave like in these caverns. I am not even going into the walk and altitude you have to experience as well. If you are over 6' 2" I would reconsider going, especially if you are over weight. I would suggest to the park that they update their sign for height and weight along with their other warnings when you sign up. Hopefully this helps someone from not experiencing the headaches I have today.
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