Red Fleet State Park in Vernal, Utah has a beautiful reservoir surrounded by stunning red rocks, dinosaur tracks, and more. Directions Red Fleet…
Dinosaur Trackway is a collection of 200 million year old dinosaur footprints in Red Fleet State Park in Vernal, Utah. Directions Red Fleet…
Rock Canyon is a beautiful and shady trail that begins in Provo, Utah and ends at the campground on Khyv Peak (formerly known as Squaw Peak).
Rock Canyon Cave is a great trail and fun little cave to explore less than a mile and a half up the trail in Provo, Utah.
Snow Canyon State Park is an amazing place near St. George, Utah with slot Canyons, petroglyphs, red rocks, arches and lava flows.
Here is a list of cave hikes in Utah! There are both natural and man-made, large and small. Some require more hiking than others.
Ledgemere Picnic Area near the base of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah has a cool cave. It's man made, but pretty big and fun to explore!
The Hobbit Caves are some small kid-size caves and a beautiful waterfall that are only a two-minute hike in Logan Canyon.
One of the coolest sights in Logan Canyon is the Wind Cave. It was created by water dripping through and dissolving the Limestone.
St. George is filled with great trails to explore by foot or mountain bike. Petroglyphs, red rocks, arches and even seasonal waterfalls are among the attractions you will find.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument protects three caves and a small area of land nearby. Tour the incredible caves to see the formations.
The Timpanogos Cave Trail is the steep, paved path up to Timpanogos Cave. It is popular for exercisers and those with tickets to enter the spectacular Timpanogos Cave.