The One Cave In New York That’s Filled With Ancient Mysteries

Something you would never just easily stumble upon, up in the small Adirondack town of Speculator you can find an unusually intriguing cave tucked away in the mountainside. Small in size but large enough for you to walk inside, the historic Kunjamuk Cave is roughly 8-feet wide and only 15-feet deep and full of intriguing history.

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In an area as secluded as the Adirondacks, it sometimes can be tricky to find what you’re looking for! To get directions to Kunjamuk Cave, check out the Google Map below!

Have you ever heard of Kunjamuk Cave? If you have, how do you suppose this place was created? To discover more natural wonders around our state, read about how Few People Know That New York Has Its Very Own Geyser!