Bandera Ice Cave
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Lonely Planet review
Visit the privately owned Bandera Ice Cave , known to Pueblo Indians as Winter Lake, located 25 miles southwest of Grants on Hwy 53. Inside part of a collapsed lave tube, this is a large chunk of ice (tinted green because of Arctic algae) that stays frozen year-round – the ice on the cave floor is 20ft thick and temperatures never rise above 31°F!