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Halloween at Crystal Cave

Oct 27, 2012
Join Sequoia Natural History Association's team of experienced cave naturalists for a day of spooky Halloween fun at Crystal Cave in Sequoia National Park, inspired by Crystal Cave's rich human history. The cave has entertained and been loved by countless visitors since its opening in 1940. It even served as a winter home for a group of Civilian Conservation Corps workers, who were building trails inside. Of course, the cave has hosted many explorers through the centuries, from Native peoples to National Park Service personnel. Do the spirits of these past visitors still linger and roam the cave's marble passageways? This special one hour long tour, made available on October 27th and 28th in 2012, will stop in beautiful cave rooms and along the way we'll meet the "ghosts" of Crystal Cave's past. Participants must be 8 years old or older, and tickets must be purchased at either the Foothills or Lodgepole Visitor Centers in Sequoia National Park. Visit Sequoia Natural History Association's website for additional information or call 559-565-3759

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