Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve
Looking for an adventure? Explore a mountain inside and out. Twist and bend through underground marble passages on a ranger-guided tour of the Oregon Caves, deep in the Siskiyou Mountains. Wonder at the smooth wet growths of stalactites and stalagmites. Gaze into the Wild and Scenic River Styx — the first and only underground river in the National System — as it flows beneath your feet. Above ground, you can hike old growth forests and high mountain meadows, or relax inside the Chateau at the Oregon Caves, a National Historic Landmark. Cave tours run late March through early November.
The 20,796 acre Red Buttes Wilderness straddles the crest of the Siskiyou Mountains. The twin summits of Red Buttes anchor […]
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The Monument is located at an elevation of 4,000 feet on the wooded slopes of the Siskiyou Mountains, part of […]