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

    Timpanogos Cave

    National Monument Utah

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  • Caves closed for the season

    Timpanogos Cave National Monument caves, cave trail, and visitor center are closed for the season. Caves are scheduled to open again mid-May 2015.

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The Great Heart of Timpanogos

Friends of Timpanogos Cave

Timpanogos Cave has a long history of benefiting from community support and interest in preserving and providing access to the caves. Organization and individuals have made significant contributions to the history, legacy, and opportunities at Timpanogos Cave National Monument. Friends of Timpanogos Cave is committed to continuing this legacy.

Friends of Timpanogos Cave, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, is an all volunteer organization established to be actively involved in making a difference for something we all care about - Timpanogos Cave National Monument.

Friends of Timpanogos Cave is a membership organization designed to provide a forum and connection for anyone with an interest or love of anything related to Timpanogos Cave. It is a place where each of us has the opportunity to make a difference for the park.

Friends of Timpanogos Cave is also a philanthropic organization cooperatively supporting projects and needs at Timpanogos Cave National Monument. For more information about Friends of Timpanogos Cave and how YOU can make a difference today, visit www.friendsoftimpanogoscave.org .


Did You Know?

snow on cave trail

Even though temperatures can be below freezing in the winter at Timpanogos Cave, the caves keep a fairly constant temperature of 46 degrees F and 100% humidity. In years of heavy snowfall, snow is shoveled off the cave trail in preparation for opening the caves and cave trail in the spring.