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    I went to lewis an clark. And i love going when jim stearns does the caverns. Information and fun

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    Drove out of the way to show the caverns to the family. Definitely must see facility.

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    These are interesting limestone caverns certainly worth a visit if you are in the area. The tours are well-organized. On our tour we had a very talented and knowledgeable lady named Kerstin Feldhaus who knew her cave stuff. She was a caver and a soon to be graduate in Geology that answered all our questions with authority, humor and forthrightness! A warning for some of you: this is a strenuous hike. It is like taking a 2 mile while hiking, hunching, and sometimes even scooting up and down 500 feet. Lighting is minimal in places. I wouldn’t recommend this for the grossly overweight (for some of the narrow passages and steep climbs up and down), or those with night vision problems or bad cases of claustrophobia. Don’t wear a brimmed hat because you can’t see when you’ve cleared a low obstacle. It is disappointing to see so many of the features broken due to mis-use in the early twentieth century when people didn’t seem to care or know that these features take thousands of years to grow back! One of the structures dated go back 200,000 years.Thanks for the professional tour and for sharing the beautiful caverns.

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    Awesome tour Jim was a great tour guide

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    This summer was a blast! Especially when the family decided to go for a little weekend trip to the Lewis & Clark Caverns. I loved going into the caves, and exploring everything. But I just wish the camp-ground had more activities and shaded spots.