Where is Mammoth Cave National Park?
Mammoth Cave National Park houses the spectacular Mammoth Cave, whose gigantic underground halls can be explored on 500km of hiking trails. Fresh air fanatics enjoy the idyllic landscape around the Mammoth Cave.
The mammoth Caves National Park in central Kentucky in the United States is located around the core area of the Mammoth Cave, which with its gigantic extension of more than 600 kilometers is the largest cave system in the world. Over the course of thousands of years, the acid rainwater has created gigantic corridors, shafts and chambers in the limestone layer, which is up to 400m thick and is now accessible to visitors through 500km of hiking trails and extends over 5 levels. The Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981 and was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1990.
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