• Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

Caving - Kentucky - USA

Mammoth Cave National Park is a national park in the United States in central Kentucky which comprises the longest cave system known in the world. It is now a world heritage site and was given this honor on the 27th October 1981. The park was established as a national park on the 1st of July 1941.  There is a myth that the cave gets its name from Mammoth fossils but no such fossil has been found. The term mammoth merely refers to its huge size.

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5
Trusted Ranking
Gold

"Book reservations early, it's worth it"

Caving
Walking/Hiking
Multisport
Wild Cave tour is not just a leisurely walk underground, the ranger had us on our bellies traversing some pretty intense spaces – there's crawling, climbing, squeezing through tight places, hiking, total darkness... an actual caving experience for first timers! I'm not ready for the real deal but this was GREAT!!!

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