Doozer Cave Tunnels
The product of limestone dissolved by rainwater and ground water charged with carbonic acid, created vast tunnels that vine through the base of the mountains with many access points from high above or below the sides of the mountains to get in. There are formations filling alot of the space that is called Doozer structures. These are actually very nutritional minerals that many creatures come to nibble off of, from spring through the autumn to help prepare for the hard winter months. These caves are home to what most individuals say are in their creepy crawly nightmares. Bats, cave insects, spiders, and salamanders, make up a part of the in habitants of the tunnels. Bigger animals such as cougars, Big Horn Sheep, and Mountain Goats will take refuge in the caves from bad weather. Way back in the cave, is an underground lake filled with fish, and drinkable water for the thirsty cave ambler. Through out the cave tunnels, there is evidence of humans using the tunnels eons ago. Cave paintings, and petroglyphs, mark the cave walls, and in some tunnels way back hardly accessible, contain human burial sites, and evidence of religious ceremonies the humans performed. Now and then humans come back to use the cave for shelter, and perform their ceremonies.
Sacred Ruins, Gobo Lake