A privately owned and operated cave within the park, this volcanic area is perpetually below freezing, allowing the creation of greenish ice formations that average twenty feet in thickness. Admission is from $7 - $15 per person.
If you're looking for uniqueness, nature, and inexpensive then check this out. The hikes are nice and safe and it's not overrun with tourists
Great experience! About 1/2 mile walk up to volcano. Trail was a little difficult to walk, make sure that you have good shoes because the rock like trail makes traction sometimes difficult. Multiple sites of interest posted on trail with corresponding brochure to tell about sites of interest. Ice cavern was 400 meters away. Slippery spots on trail also. The temperature of the ice cave made a delightful cool off after the hot walk up to the volcano overlook. In addition, they offer a gem and arrowhead panning experience that my kids loved! The bag was very generous in the amount of gems and arrowheads for $7 each sold independently.
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