In the past two years, explorers Eddy Cartaya and Brent McGregor have used ropes, ice screws, wet suits and flashlights to map out more than a mile of passages underneath a glacier on Oregon’s Mount Hood, in what are thought to be America’s largest known glacier caves outside Alaska.
Read original article – Published October 08, 2013 6:55 PM
Oregon’s Mile Of Glacier Caves: A Hidden, And Disappearing, World
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