Boulder Cave

In the Naches Valley lies Boulder Cave, an unusual cave that's open for public exploration. Most caves are eroded from limestone, but this one was created by regular erosion of a streambed. Its roof is from rockfall over the gorge that the stream created.

The portion that is fully dark isn't that long, but one would not have too much fun without a headlamp.

The cave is alleged habitat for Townsend's big eared bat, but we didn't see any on our visit.


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