In upstate New York, west of Albany, there’s a place right outside of the Catskills where hundreds of caves decorate the landscape beneath the surface. Ages ago, a Mr. Lester Howe took it upon himself to develop some of this cave-land into a lucrative destination spot. And so Howe Caverns was built around Lester’s own little chunk of the cave system and it has pulled in visitors from all over the world since then.
Now I like caves. A lot. One of the things I appreciate about caves is that they’re all so different from each other. And Howe is no exception.