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We didn't spend much time in the ice cave - it's really cold and we didn't have jackets. Very interesting and if we make it back to Decorah we'll spend more time exploring the ice cave.
This place is fun once you find it. We had to park along a two lane road, which was narrow and did not seem that safe. The cave is a short hike off the road. It would have been nice to have a more in-depth interpretive sign at the site.
The ice cave is cool - literally. It's a great place to explore on a hot summer day and there is actually frost on the inside of the cave walls. Bring your flashlight and watch your step as the floor of the cave is very slippery. You can see the whole thing in about 10 minutes, including reading the interpretation... 更多
This is another small out of the way little park. The cave doesn't go into the hillside more then seventy feet or so, the deeper tunnels long closed off to any enthusiastic spelunkers. It does offer a nice place to have an intimate picnic and plenty of nooks and crannies for inspired photographers.
We were in town Tuesday evening and visited the Ice Cave. Not knowing what to expect, we were not properly equipped to venture too far in the cave. (next time a much better light source) GPS took us to the location, but if you drove too fast you would hardly notice it. There is a small pull off for a... 更多
I'll call a spade a spade here and flat out tell you that spelunkers are going to be disappointed. Gaining access to the cave is not much of an option anymore. Also, the staircase that leads up to the opening is no longer being maintained. There was a very public announcement about that a few years ago. So, to be... 更多