Wind Cave Room - Christmas Tree Park
On December 7, 1964, Dave Schnute, and Herb and Jan Conn first ventured in this area of Wind Cave. Named for its abundance of aragonite frostwork which resembles "Christmas trees". Dave got the idea from a Yellowstone National Park place name. Resurveyed by Nelson Kuniansky, Steve Nordstrom, John Scharres on August 18, 1971.
Did You Know?
Littleleaf pussytoes can vary in color by elevation. Generally at higher elevations the plant has deeply pink bracts. At lower elevations they are more commonly white. More...