Lava River Cave

Lava River Cave, Bend, OR, United States

Varies by season; check website for hours

Located in the Deschutes National Forest, the Lava River Cave is part of a lava site that includes a mile-long lava tube, a visitor’s center with interactive displays, and a scenic hike.

 

 

Listing Information

From the Forest Service: "Initial access descends 55 stairs to a combination of flat boardwalk, uneven surfaces and stairways. In the interest of preventing the spread of White-nose Syndrome to bats that reside in the Cave, we ask that you not wear or bring into the cave any clothing or gear you have used in any other cave or mine. Please wear close-toed shoes and warm clothing. Average temperature in the Cave is 42 degrees Farenheit."

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