The Utah Cave Tour At Timpanogos Cave National Monument That Belongs On Your Bucket List

If you’ve ever visited Timpanogos Cave National Monument, you know what a thrill it is to take the cave tour with a park ranger. You’ll see all kinds of cool helictites, anthodite crystals, cave drapery and more on the standard tour that takes you 1/3 of a mile into the deep, dark cave.

*The cave isn’t open quite yet, but we’re putting this one on our bucket list for later this summer! In the meantime, you can hike the cave trail up to the tunnel gate.

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Learn more about Timpanogos Cave National Monument on its website, and stay up-to-date on the cave’s opening on its Facebook page.

Address: 2038 Alpine Loop Rd, American Fork, UT 84003, USA