The Mammoth Cave in Montana was once the largest of its kind.
The cave was once home to hundreds of mammoths, but the species was killed by humans who hunted it for food in the 1800s.
Now, the Mammoth is only accessible by hiking or biking and is accessible by a permit.
It is a unique site for those who enjoy exploring the area.
You can find the cave by hiking to the intersection of Highway 66 and Highway 60 in the town of Mammoth, about 20 miles west of Missoula.
The hike to the cave can be done in 2 to 3 hours.
The entrance to the Mammathouse has a sign that reads, “A Mammoth with a View,” and the cave entrance is a stone chimney.
The Mammathave can be accessed by hiking through the woods, which is only a 1.5-mile hike from the main entrance.
To find the entrance, you must go past a tree line.
The trail climbs through a lush forest, and the entrance is marked by a sign saying, “The Mammoth.”
If you are a member of the Yellowstone National Park Service, you can also visit the Mammoths Cave, which has been closed for conservation reasons, and explore the cave with a guided tour.
You must have a permit to go to the Cave.
For information about the Cave, call the Mammithouse at 541-742-9331.
A map and directions to the caves are available at the Mammophish website.