Lewis and Clark Beside the Point Cave Sweater
- Adult Sizes S- XXL
- 100% Polyester
A constant temperature that can be fifty degrees colder than the air outside, giant stones that taper from the ceiling or rise from the ground. A labyrinth of pale otherworldly stone structures make up Montana's first state park; the Lewis and Clark Caverns. Stay warm and cozy while you explore the most beautiful of Montana's caves with the Lewis and Clark Beside the Point Cave Sweater! The Lewis and Clark Beside the Point Cave Sweater won't save you from the biting Montana winters but the standard fifty-degrees of the caves don't stand a chance! The Lewis and Clark Beside the Point Cave Sweater is lightweight and comfortable to make it easier to move around the tight corners and narrow tunnels. Trace the footsteps of history and marvel at the wonders of nature all while looking good with the Lewis and Clark Beside the Point Cave Sweater!
The Lewis and Clark Caverns were first explored in 1898 by local hunter Tom Williams along with six of his friends. Native Americans had known of the caves and the legends of the caves had been the main source of its location. And in 1805 Lewis and Clark stopped on the bank of Antelope Creek, not far from the cavern entrance. Their journey through the state park is what gave the park its name. Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park was recognized as a state park in 1937.