Very neat, must see! As other reviews have stated: they say it's a 1/4 mile hike but I'm sure it's longer than that! The trail is uphill on the side of the mountain and in the afternoon sun it's fairly strenuous. I would caution older folks or people who may have knee problems. We did it at 11 am and we were hot and sweaty by the time we reached the caverns. The inside of the caverns are about 50 degrees and after a hike I doubt you will want a sweatshirt. Once inside the caverns you will have to go up and down many stairs, bend, stoop and even sit down and slide on one section, no crawling through anything but if you are claustrophobic you may have some issues. The tour guide (Derrick) was great, very funny and knowledgeable. They do have a kennel you can keep your dog in while on the tour. Would recommend!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.