Getting into the cave is tricky any time of year because of all the boulders that one must descend just inside the entrance. Right now (Aug. 2014) the slope with the boulders to maneuver around is wet from all the rain and quite slippery. It is beautiful in there but only for the strong, sure- footed person. Wear hiking boots with lots of tread. Take extra-bright flashlights. Stop at the Visitor Center for info. The 1/2-mile trek to the cave is tricky with uneven steps in places, a steep climb in other places but oh so beautiful this time of year with many kinds of flowers along the way. A little waterfall greeted us near the entrance! Even if one decides not to enter the cave, the hike to get there is fun.
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