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Polar Caves New Hampshire

Listed under Caves & Caving in Plymouth, United States.

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The Polar Caves in Plymouth, New Hampshire are glacial caves formed by a continental glacier that existed 50,000 years ago. The caves consist of giant granite blocks that form various passageways that visitors can walk through. The caves are opened from early May to late October depending on the weather. The cave tour is considered strenuous so only those in good physical condition should participate. Visitors can also experience the glacial rock garden, Sugar Museum, many nature trails, and a petting zoo.

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