The Little Known Cave In New Mexico That Everyone Should Explore At Least Once
If you’re a spelunker to any degree, you’ve undoubtedly heard of and most likely experienced the jaw-dropping Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. But the state is filled with lesser known but still exciting caves as well. Here’s why you should explore Fort Stanton Cave, the second-longest cave in the state, and learn about its secret Snowy River Passage:
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What caves have you visited in New Mexico, and which ones do you consider the most visit worthy? Any photos to share of your underground experiences here If you are still yearning for another cave experience after experiencing the amazing labyrinth of Fort Stanton Cave, consider a trip inside New Mexico’s frozen cave that is positively surreal!