• A water drop clings onto the edge of a orange stalactite, surrounded by white stalactites.

    Timpanogos Cave

    National Monument Utah

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    When you purchase your tickets on recreation.gov, the time options listed will be for your hike time, which is the time you should pick up your tickets at the visitor center. Plan on 3-4 hours from that time, round trip.

"What do you do all winter?" - an introductory blog post

About This Blog

Posts about Timpanogos Cave from its superintendent

Potty Talk

June 11, 2014 Posted by: Jim Ireland

A blog about to toilets and trash and the people who use them: changes over the past year help the park to be better managed for wildlife and people, and ways everyone can continue to help.

 

Helping hands.....and feet

April 03, 2014 Posted by: Jim Ireland

Volunteers help keep the parks running, and this place is no different. We appreciate our volunteers and invite others to come help us patrol the trail, assist in our greenhouse, answer questions at the visitor center, or any number of other tasks here at Timpanogos Cave National Monument.

 

The day the visitor center burned

February 03, 2014 Posted by: Jim Ireland

Today marks the 23rd anniversary since the Timpanogos Cave Visitor Center was destroyed by fire. Since that time, plans have been made to build a small permanent contact station east of the current site, and move many of our services and exhibits to a new interagency facility in Highland. Future budgets will determine the timeline for this proposal.

 

Rock Walls and Water Pipes

December 06, 2013 Posted by: Jim Ireland

Finding ways to repair and upgrade water pipes amongst historic rock walls and structures

 

Thanksgiving Thoughts

November 26, 2013 Posted by: Jim Ireland

When we get busy, its easy to forget to pause and say thanks. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I would like to offer some words of thanks on behalf of Timp Cave and its staff.

 

'What do you do all winter?' and other interesting thoughts

November 13, 2013 Posted by: Jim Ireland

For the public that hikes the trail and visits the cave during the warmer months, there is often curiosity about what goes on here in the winter months. This blog hopes to share some of what goes on 'behind the scenes' here at Timpanogos Cave.

 

Did You Know?

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Timpanogos Cave National Monument is only 250 acres in size, but makes up for it in elevation - an impressive 2,740 feet of elevation!