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I stop to look back up at the cave as I carefully climb down the hill I carefully edge my way along the ledge and am surprised to find that the cave is emptyThumbnailsOn the way down the hill from the cave, I notice a long train climbing up the Cima Grade down in the valleyI carefully edge my way along the ledge and am surprised to find that the cave is emptyThumbnailsOn the way down the hill from the cave, I notice a long train climbing up the Cima Grade down in the valleyI carefully edge my way along the ledge and am surprised to find that the cave is emptyThumbnailsOn the way down the hill from the cave, I notice a long train climbing up the Cima Grade down in the valleyI carefully edge my way along the ledge and am surprised to find that the cave is emptyThumbnailsOn the way down the hill from the cave, I notice a long train climbing up the Cima Grade down in the valleyI carefully edge my way along the ledge and am surprised to find that the cave is emptyThumbnailsOn the way down the hill from the cave, I notice a long train climbing up the Cima Grade down in the valley

This cave probably exists due to some sort of air bubble being in the original volcanic rock, much like the Mojave National Preserve Lava Tube, which is big enough that you can walk inside it.