The area is beautiful, with spectacular views all around. There are informational boards to read while walking the paths and a short introductory clip available to watch at the welcome center. We received a good lesson on glaciation and erosion. The cave itself is enormous with a trail walking through it. They have a cast metal replica of the mylodon and a few artifacts, mostly replicas, that were found at the site. When we went we were the only ones there. We did the trail over to the middle cave, and while a beautiful walk past many wildflowers, if you are pressed for time, this can be skipped, but it was enjoyable.
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