The Incredible Caverns In Northern California That Are Only Accessible By Boat

This unique spot is one of newest national natural landmarks in Northern California, and the only way to see it is to take a short boat ride across Lake Shasta. The Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark was preserved in 2012, but the caverns themselves are at least 200 million years old.

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This video by Youtube User Pavlo Svider gives you a great feel for what an adventure here is like:

Would you go spelunking in these creepy but fascinating caves? How about go for a boat ride on Lake Shasta? For more wild and crazy adventures in Northern California, take a quick peek at This Northern California Hike Leads To The Most Awe-Inspiring Lookout.