Get insights on the formation of caves as you enter the world of mysterious Geo formations. A field trip, an educational tour, and online tour are many options to explore this surreal beauty.
Located in fork canyon, it constitutes shells, and limestones. Natures’ wonder is nowhere but here.
Fifth longest cave of Utah, it is considered to have large tectonic geography.
Known for its narrow passages and extensive lands, it possibly takes climbing, crawling, walking on slippery surfaces, to visit the interiors, so one must be fit to come here, also it requires permit from the George Field Office to get here.
The longest cave formed in history of mankind, it is encompassed with rich Flora and Fauna.
Cave tours, ranger visits, lodging rooms, hiking facility, water sports, etc. This place will be a perfect gateway from daily hustle.
A short and sweet afternoon trek is what this cave will give you. Scout Cave is in the south Utah region known for desert views and plain roads.
Two hours to and fro journey is generally good in early mornings or in late afternoons, as the sun captures the most of the day.
A naturally formed bridge near Temple mountain, this one is situated to the direction of San Rafael Reef en-route Goblin valley.
Wild Horse Window
It is a sandstone formation, popularly has names like “Eyes of Sindbad” or “Eyes of San Rafael”, nevertheless, a sure treat for your eyes. An easy hiking meant to stretch your muscles.
Not everyone’s cup of tea, this is the a small cliff like cave meant for staunch trekkers who like to crawl the stones, fit in the narrow passage ways.
It is in North Ogden and usually constitutes beautiful flowers and activities, worthwhile for a day trip which is the closest cave to the city.
Named after a nearby tiny town called Paris in Utah, this has caverns and several entryways to get to the Paris Ice cave.
Paris Ice Cave
Ice cave has ice that never melts, and formed with surrounding water that runs down in the cave. It is worth the effort.