Though the trail leading from the visitor center is less than a mile, it's all uphill. And coupled with the heat of the sun it's fairly challenging. Once you get to the opening, you will need to snake your way in through tight and tricky crevasses. Watch your footing as you descend into the cave because it is fairly steep and the rock surfaces are covered in fine powdery dust. Once inside, the cave is neither deep nor extensive. It is still a fun distraction nonetheless. Don't forget to take a flashlight!
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