Yellowjacket Ice Cave
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Yellowjacket Ice Cave

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Entrance to Yellowjacket Ice Cave, accurately named.  It has seasonal ice near the entrance which blocks any foreseeable continuing passageway.  There is another smaller entrance also w/ an ice slope in opposite direction.  The main entrance lies directly below the edge of the Burnt Lava Flow.

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