Welcome To The Hull Mine Information Page
Discovered in a mine drift from the late 1860s in 2016, is a geological feature that's one of a kind. The following year was spent scaling the walls, cleaning out tons of debris, getting water down into the mine and cementing the floor because, of dust. The first public tour was done on January 21, 2018. According to several geologists that have seen it said that the way the colors were blended has been unknown before this discovery. It's a once in a lifetime phenomenon to see. Theory has it between a magnetic and gravitational anomaly, Castle Dome Volcano and Little Dome Volcano erupting together allowed this one time occurrence to happen. If the same combination exists anywhere else in the world it has yet to be discovered. Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.
The Mine Tour
You will be issued a number tag as per Federal Mining Regulations. Then you will be transported by your volunteer tour guide to the mine. Be sure to watch for wildlife on the way you can never tell what's roaming around. At the mine you will be issued a hardhat also by Federal Regs. You will be taken 600 feet into the mountain to the 100 vertical foot level. This mine is a dry mine and temperatures will range between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit year round. In the mine you will see many artifacts from the 1860s, jeans found in a drift, a vein of silver, desperado hideout, blacksmith shop and of course the Fluorescent room, lit up under short and long wave blacklights.
Cost $75 cash $80 credit card Includes Museum Entrance