Take This New York Hike To The Largest Marble Cave Entrance In The Eastern U.S.
New York is home to quite the long list of notable attractions, with both historic and quirky places to visit all over our state. When you’re up north in the Adirondack Park you may be used to gazing up at our state’s largest mountains, but these aren’t the only sizable natural wonders that you can visit in these neck of the woods. An intriguing gem of Warren County, keep reading to discover what it’s like to stand before one of the largest cave entrances in the world.
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