Trout Lake (Guler) Ice Caves is 6 mi. w. on SR-141 and FR-24. These caves were formed during a lava flow in the late Pleistocene. A rush of cold air greets visitors at the cave entrance. A wooden stairway leads down into the lava tube where trapped cold air coupled with dripping water creates ice columns on the walls, ceilings and floor.
Note: Interior surfaces of the cave can be extremely slippery; visitors should have suitable footwear and bring a flashlight and warm clothes. Access road FR-24 may not be plowed in winter.