This Easy, 2-Mile Hike In Arizona Leads Straight Through A Massive Cave On Its Way To An Abandoned Mine

Arizona has no shortage of hikes that lead to abandoned places, but this one is easily among the most underrated. Apache Tears Mine via Perlite Road Trail winds through a massive cave on its way to an abandoned obsidian mine, and it’s an adventure you won’t soon forget. The best part? It’s under two miles long!

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To learn more about the hike, visit its page on AllTrails.

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