Cathedral Caverns

As a kid, I visited Cathedral Caverns with my parents and siblings. Today, I'm just as impressed as I was those many years ago. I'm told it has one of the widest entrance of any cave in the world. In the firest large room of the cave stands "Goliath". The largest stalagmite/stalactite column I've ever seen.


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Updated: 07/07/2014


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