Eden Falls Cave - Lost Valley Trail

Cavers entering and exiting Eden Falls Cave. A flashlight shines toward us from a dark passage.
Cavers near the entrance of Eden Falls Cave.

Terra Fondriest

Quick Facts
About 1.3 miles down the Lost Valley Trail
Wild Cave

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Eden Falls Cave is a geological feature at the end of the Lost Valley Trail. Visitors may crawl 200 feet through the cave into a large room with an underground waterfall that feeds into Eden Falls and Clark Creek below. Eden Falls Cave is a wild cave with no developed pathways or artificial lighting. Visitors entering the cave should have at least 3 sources of light and be prepared to get wet and muddy while crawling on hands and knees. Helmets, gloves, and kneepads are advised.

Buffalo National River

Last updated: December 20, 2020