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Cave Rock - Zephyr Cove Douglas Co. Nevada
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member sbcamper
N 39° 02.650 W 119° 56.921
11S E 244803 N 4325816
Quick Description: Cave Rock was sacred ground to the Washoe Indians long before the white men appeared. It attracted rock climbers but that was controversial. It is volcanic rock.
Location: Nevada, United States
Date Posted: 9/30/2014 12:06:30 AM
Waymark Code: WMMJVM
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member bluesnote
Views: 3

Long Description:
In 1931 the State bored a two lane highway through it. It was a climbing rock until a legal decision (which took many years) put it in the hands of the U S Forest Service as a cultural landmark.
Much land along the shores of Lake Tahoe is part of the Tahoe Nevada State Park unit.
As population increased a second parallel, two lane tunnel was constructed about 1958. Today there is a light that must be used whenever bicycles are in the tunnel.
Cave Rock is a day use State Park with a small boat launch facility.
This year many rocks could be seen above the water!
Type of Land: Other

Managed By: Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park

Contact Info: 775- 831-0494

Website: [Web Link]

Type of Cave: Other

Contains Stalactites: no

Contains Stalagmites: no

Contains Bats: no

Price of Admission: 0.00 (listed in local currency)

Visit Instructions:
Please include a digital photograph of the cave which documents your visit and any information that may be helpful for future visitors.
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