New Mexico’s Land Of Fire And Ice Is A Marvel You Have To See To Believe

The Land of Fire and Ice is a family-run attraction in New Mexico that combines two impressive and contrasting natural wonders. The first marvel is an 800-foot deep crater left behind when the Bandera Volcano erupted. The second is a natural ice cave where the temperature never exceeds 31 degrees Fahrenheit. These two wonders are within a brief walk of each other, providing visitors with a truly unique experience.

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The Land of Fire and Ice is located at 12000 Ice Caves Road in Grants. It’s open from March through October each year.

The cost of admission is $12 and there are military, senior, and AAA discounts available. Tickets for children under 12 years of age are $6.

Have you seen the Bandera Crater and Ice Cave?

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