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Pittsford Ice Cave

Cave Type: High-angle; some steep climbs

Rock Type: Quartzite, Dalton formation

Description: Pittsford Ice Cave is one of the Vermont’s best known talus caves, formed by house-sized boulders pulling away from a cliff face inside a large ravine. It forms very pretty ice formations in the winter and holds ice well into the summer. It also has a very large room, and a ladder installed near the entrance to make one of the climbs easier.

Difficulty: Easy

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