The Little Known Cave In Wyoming That Everyone Should Explore At Least Once
One of the coolest things about Wyoming is that, although there is more than enough wilderness to explore in our wide open spaces, there are also numerous fascinating places to discover underground. In fact, there’s a cave in the Bighorn National Forest that everyone should explore at least once in their lives. It’s historically significant for the diverse assortment of cave formations, plus, it’s fairly easy to get to and appropriate for cavers of practically any skill level.
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Have you visited Tongue River Cave since it was reopened in 2015? How far in did you go? Are there other little-known caves in Wyoming everyone needs to explore at least once?