A great tour. As others have described, you put on a rain slick, a miner's light and hat and sit on a little mine car and in you go. Our guides spoke clear English so that was no problem. You go in about 1700 feet to a mine that was shut down 100 years ago and learn about mining in the old days. More modern mines are in the area but not open to visitors. Call ahead for reservations for weekends and other popular times. But there are like 5 tours a day. Some commented on how vcold the mine was. It is only 47 in there, but the rain slick keeps you warm.
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