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Shoshone Indian Ice Caves, Shoshone

(3.3/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
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  • 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 »
  • We were pretty curious about this advnenture and there are several caves to visit in the Twin Falls area. Make sure you skip them all and come here! The ice is amazing. The temperature drop is huge. M...  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.