WANDER 📺 SHORTS: “Ice Cave” waterfall @ Taos, New Mexico
I stumbled on this by accident when exploring a trail that went right by my campsite.
It was a delight to come across near the end and later I found out it’s called the “Ice Cave” waterfall because in the winter the waterfall freezes in place like an ice sculpture. Very cool.
The trail runs a half mile from the last campsite at Capulin Campground in Carson National Forest.
The campsite itself was beautiful with a creek running right by it but some may find it being near the road a bit noisy at times. At least it’s a short trip to Taos from there.
I found out the hard way it sits a bit over 8,000 feet in altitude because I was a little dizzy later that night. Gotta remember to ease my way up next time.
I’ve deliberately muted these videos so you can experience it as I do as a deaf person in the wild. I know some of you will miss hearing the surrounding audio but think of total silence as different auditory experience.
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