Just off Highway 31, a portion of the Selkirk Loop swings north from Sand Point, Idaho, to British Columbia or south from Nelson, B.C., down into the States.

Gardner Cave, one of the stops along the Selkirk Loop, is about a dozen miles west of the paved Highway 31 at the town of Metaline. Gardner Cave is the second-largest limestone cavern in the Northwest and was discovered by a bootlegger named Gardner who no doubt used the hideaway to stash his illegal hooch. Today, a park ranger guides a tour into the cavern where stalagmites and stalactites hundreds of thousands of years old continue to grow ever so slowly.

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