Why this is the Geocache of the Week:
Uhhh, did you see the photos? This location is amazing! And if you’re in the United States and celebrating Thanksgiving, the hike to this geocache is a great way to work up a hunger or burn off some of the food you just ate. Geocaching often takes us to amazing places that we never would have known about otherwise. In fact, I had no idea these caves existed until a fellow Geocaching HQ staffer visited them. In addition to taking you to such a beautiful place, this Earthcache will teach you about the unique weather and geology that comes together to form these caves.
[WARNING: If you venture out to find this Earthcache and see the ice caves, be EXTREMELY careful. Watch for avalanches, falling rock and ice, and collapsing caves.]
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What geocachers are saying:
“AH! Words cannot express how AMAZING this location is. Honestly, it felt like we stumbled onto the set of the Lord of the Rings…or the moon…or another fake world.” – Bethany_B
“Wow, what an amazing place. We couldn’t believe the cold air that was blowing from the cave, it was like someone had the air conditioner on full blast. We had a beautiful hike here and really enjoyed our visit. TFTC” – G.O. John and Carol
“Thanks for bring me here. I haven’t seen the ice caves in probably 25 years. Back then we went in. Now I am older and wiser.” – Smiley Cacher
[ANOTHER WARNING: Please use extreme caution and think twice before entering the caves.]
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*Wampas are creatures that live on the planet Hoth in the Star Wars universe. Luke is attacked by one in The Empire Strikes Back.