11 Essential Things to Do in Wind Cave National Park

11 Essential Things to Do in Wind Cave National Park

Established in 1903 by the conservationist President Theodore Roosevelt, Wind Cave National Park is one of the oldest national parks in America . It is also the very first national park in the world that was created to protect a subterranean landscape. With more than 150 miles, and counting, of explored passageways, Wind Cave is one of the longest known caves on Earth. It is home to intricate cave formations, such as delicate frostwork, cave “popcorn” and, its main claim to fame, huge collections of boxwork—95% of boxwork in the world is found in Wind Cave. Besides its exceptional length and rare boxwork, Wind Cave is also notable for its namesake feature. Due to barometric pressure changes in the cave, it “breathes.” As the air pressure changes, gusts of […]


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