Final day for cave tours is Sept 22. The caves and visitor center will be closed for the winter season beginning Sept 23. The park will re-open in the Spring.
Captivating Canyon Caves
Explore an underground world naturally unseen. Taste the thrill of caving as you twist and bend to enter beautifully decorated rooms. Learn the science behind formations and colors once thought of as mysterious. Leave some room for discovery too- not everything about caves is completely understood.
The visitor center and caves are open May 25 through September 22, depending on conditions.
What’s it like inside of Mt. Timpanogos? Take a ranger guided tour through three caves and discover the power of water, minerals and time.Read More
Become a Junior Ranger
Join the ranks! Earn your free badge or patch by picking up a booklet onsite or downloading a copy, complete the activities and return for review.Read More
Join the Conversation
Find us, friend us, follow us- Timpanogos Cave is Social! Currently on Facebook and Twitter, with other platforms coming soon.Read More
Scientists at Work in the Caves
Stay up to date on the latest discoveries and studies going on in the Timpanogos Cave System.Read More
Through the Lens
Free photo and video downloads for your use! Improve that report or Facebook posting with the power of a picture.Read More
Enjoyable and Educational- Ranger Programs
Want to know more about your National Monument? Free ranger programs are offered May-September for all ages, including activities just for kids!Read More
Caves in Your Classroom
Present cave inspired curriculum-based lessons to your class this year. It’s easy with our activities designed by teachers for teachers.Read More
Did You Know?
Timpanogos Cave is known for its high concentration of helictites - a spiraling cave formation that seems to defy gravity. Helictites are formed when calcite crystals and dissolved impurities are forced out of a tiny central canal in the helictite by hydrostatic pressure.