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

    Timpanogos Cave

    National Monument Utah

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  • Cave tour tickets

    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.

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  • Daily Ranger Talk

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    Come enjoy a short program on the deck at 4pm, learning from a park ranger More

  • Junior Ranger program: Fossils and Dinosaurs

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    Fossils and Dinosaurs - What is sedimentary rock? More

  • Tips for Federal Employment

    Friday, September 5, 2014

    People are always asking how you get a job with the National Park Service. Come learn more about the federal application process and writing a federal resume. More

  • Moving your way to fitness and fun - Finale!

    Friday, September 12, 2014

    Join Tanja Covington and our trail hikers for The Grand Finale of Moving your Way to Fitness and Fun, with awards, dynamic motivational speakers, and healthy food. More

  • Celebrating 50 Years of the Wilderness Act

    Saturday, September 20, 2014

    "The idea of wilderness needs no defense. It only needs more defenders." (Edward Abbey) Join Cheryl Butler from the US Forest Service as she talks about keeping our wilderness wild. More

Did You Know?

frost cave formation

Frostwork, like it's name depicts, resembles hoarfrost growing outside on a foggy winter day. Most frostwork found in Timpanogos Cave is formed from aragonite, an unstable form of calcium carbonate. The delicate nature of these tiny crystals makes them particularly susceptible to damage and vandalism.