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Oregon Caves National Monument - Oregon Caves entrance

Oregon Caves National Monument is located 18 miles east of Cave Junction, Oregon.  A single marble cave has three miles of passageways and a few entrances.  It was designated as a national monument by President Taft in 1909 & today is known as the Marble Halls of Oregon.  It features stalagmites, stalactites, columns, prehistoric bones, & signatures dating from visits in the late 1800s.  This view is from the entrance, the same natural entrance as Elijah Davidson found when he discovered it in 1874.  Cave Creek comes pouring out, a ramp leading into darkness.  Behind lies the Oregon Caves Chateau, a national historic landmark.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 26/05/2012
Uploaded: 27/05/2012
Updated: 13/11/2016


Tags: oregon caves; oregon caves national monument; cave junction; oregon; siskiyou; klamath; national register of historic places
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