Indian Caverns

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Indian Caverns is a horizontal karst cave that is the largest limestone cave in Pennsylvania, and the second largest cave overall in the state. There are two different primary sections, the "historic cave" and the "Giant's Hall." While the Giant's Hall is larger, it doesn't have as many interesting speleothems as the historic section.

Tours are run regularly and they cover about a half of a mile of the cave.
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  • Posted by Greg Heil on March 16, 2012


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