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Cheese Cave [4]

Cheese Cave is a lava tube located outside of Trout Lake, Washington.  It is approximately 2,060' feet in length with very high ceilings, easy walking, & original features.  The cave has two natural openings, the south entrance which is accessible via a ladder & a north stairwell entrance to which a private a-frame structure sits directly on top.  The cave was discovered by Joseph Arnie in 1894 & was used by Homer Spence, who founded the Guler Cheese Company for storing & aging Roquefort cheese due to its constant 42*F temperature.  The operations went from 1930s to 1950s.  This view is towards the far south end where the cave abruptly drops in ceiling height - I had to stoop mostly for this panorama as it was only 4-5 feet in height.  The floor is very smooth & level however the cave drops considerably to where one has to crawl to an assumed end.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 09/10/2020
Uploaded: 29/10/2020


Tags: cheese cave; lava tube; guler cheese company; trout lake; washington; cavern; hallway; pillar; pahoehoe; breakdown; rock hammer
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