The park is beautiful and extremely big! There is almost 400 miles of caves to explore as well as camp sites, bike and hiking trails, horse back riding, boating/canoeing, and even a zip-line. We chose to explore the caves.
I was excited and nervous at the same time for the tour called the New Entrance...
We took a short bus ride through the gorgeous park to the "New Entrance"... this highly secured door. From here we went down a total of 250 feet to our first resting spot. Can you say...claustrophobic! Well I was but my cute husband calmed my nerves and I was fine the rest of the way.
Better not fall...
Watch your head...
I'm crouching down in this pic even though I probably could stand straight up!
Tyler and his noticeable walk
Maybe I could hold the rock up long enough for us to get out...?
So glad I brought my camera to take model pics of my hubbie! haha
The coolest place on our tour was called Frozen Niagara. It is 130 feet below the surface.
We went down and additional 48 stairs to a cool room to look up at the rocks that resemble Niagara Falls.
Kinda gross looking if you ask me! But we were still hungry!
My darling nephew asked me when I was visiting UT how Kentucky was. Then he asked if I had had a lot of Kentucky Fried Chicken! Haha I told him not yet but that was a great question. So this chicken bite is to you Cameron! :)
Tyler and I had a great trip to Mammoth Cave! We defiantly will be making trips back!