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Fort Rock Cave

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Fort Rock Cave is a cave near the natural formation known as Fort Rock, and the small town of Fort Rock in Oregon. In the cave were discovered sandals made from sagebrush, considered by secular scientists to be 9,000 to 11,000 years old as determined by radioactive dating. The cave is only open on guided tours run by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.[1]

See also

  • Fort Rock Cave, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, including details of when tours operate.


  1. Fort Rock Cave, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
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