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Shoshone Indian Ice Caves, Shoshone

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  • This natural wonder is actually a lava tube that is 1,000 ft. long and varies between 8 and 30 ft. in height. Their constant 25-30° temperatures do make a pleasant contrast to the often scorching summ...  more »
  • Note: 1) This tour is not wheelchair accessible. 2) Even during summer, the cave is 29 F. So have a warm jacket handy. Total walking distance for the tour is about half a mile, with some ups and downs...  more »
  • We had visited Crater Of The Moon National Monument and this cave was mentioned as an extension of what happened all those years ago. It was a lot of steps down and up. In fact one lady had to have as...  more »
  • It was an interesting tour: it was a little more crowded than we were expecting, but the caves themselves were cool (literally). The guides were knowledgeable and informative, and the caves themselves were interesting. I'm not sure I would have gone back, and the $10 was a stretch, but for what it was I enjoyed it. If you aren't interested in science and the lava tubes with ice there in the middle of the desert, then it's probably not for you.
  • It's a fun kinda touristy place that if worth going to as a stop on the road,but not going out of your way to go and see. The tour is kinda short, but cool none the less.
  • People are great and up beat. Lots of cool artifacts
  • Impressive amounts of ice under ground. They are closed from October first until some time in the spring, so check their website. Make sure to bring a jacket.
  • Really neat, but I am not a fan of guided tours in caves.