Did you know that the Lower Susquehanna is the site of a tectonic cave...a cavern formed by layers of shifting rock versus the typical limestone and water formation? Come explore Wind Cave with us. Following a hike to the entrance, enter the cave and explore the twists and turns of this unique formation located on the Conestoga Trail in Lancaster County. The hike up to the cave and back is about a mile and a half. To enter and navigate the cave, you will have to do some bending and twisting. Flashlights (headlamps work best), sturdy footwear, long sleeves and pants required. The temperature inside the cave will be about 55 degrees. Hard hats are provided.
Beginner to Intermediate
Guide, Shuttle, & Helmet
Participants will have a mile hike to and from the cave entrance. Going through the cave will require stooping and bending. Hikers should wear sturdy shoes, warm clothing (old clothing as you will get dirty), water bottle, and most importantly, bring a flashlight (headlamp works the best).
Shank's Mare guides have years of experience leading participants through this hike. They will make your adventure lots of fun!
Wind Cave Exploration & Hike
$ 45.00 Includes shuttle, guide, hike & cave exploration.