Timpanogos Cave National Monument Cave Tours open June 14

After much anticipation, Timpanogos Cave National Monument is excited to announce the reopening of our cave tours for summer 2024. Starting June 14, 2024, adventurers of all ages can once again explore the mesmerizing depths of Timpanogos Cave.

Our dedicated team, along with construction contractors, has worked tirelessly to clear snow, rocks, and trees from the cave trail and enhance its safety. We have repaired and replaced sections of the “rock curtain” on the cliff above the trail to reduce rockfall.

“Our staff has spent the past two months patching up trail damage, repairing the cave lights, and restoring safety systems to get the park ready for summer,” said Shannon Stephens, Park Manager. “We are looking forward to welcoming back visitors to explore the wonders of the Timpanogos Cave system.”

In our ongoing commitment to conservation and preservation, please note that the cave trail above the gate and cave tours will be temporarily closed from June 26 to June 28, 2024. During this time, our team will conduct essential preservation projects to safeguard the delicate ecosystem of the cave and its inhabitants.

Tickets for the cave tours can be purchased online at www.recreation.gov. We encourage you to book in advance to secure your spot and avoid disappointment. Cave tour fees are $12 (age 12+), $7 (age 2-11), and $2 (age 1 and under). Historical Lantern Tours are $17 for ages 7 and up. Details regarding these and other tours, including ticket purchases, tour schedules, and other programs, are available on the park website at www.nps.gov/tica.

Disclaimer: This above news story is based on a press release from the National Park Service, which was issued on June 12, 2024. You can read the original release here.

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