This is a four-hour tour. However, there is not four hours of walking; it is probably more like three. On this tour you will see most of the highlights that average people see, including the Frozen Niagara Tour. There are stops for photos, but it is difficult and I’ll advised to take shots while walking. There are some very treacherous declines, and the sound of slipping was common. There are two bathroom breaks. Water is allowed but not food. After mile one, individuals who can’t make it are allowed to leave the tour. There were children 12 on the trip but not 6. Cost in the summer of 2018 was $30.00 per adult. Trips leave at 9:00 a.m all year, with an additional 11:00 a.m in the summer.
Can you make it? My wife is 57 and in great shape. For her the pace was slow and she was never winded. I am 59 and 15 pounds overweight. I exercise moderately four days a week. The pace was never too fast, though on the steepest inclines I did get winded. Nevertheless, I had no problem keeping up. However, anyone with knee or hip problems would be advised to avoid this tour, along with anyone more than forty pounds overweight or a heavy smoker.
If you are in shape enough and enjoy caves, this trip is for you. All the photos were taken by me, on this tour with a cell phone.
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