Timpanogos Cave Trail is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Alpine, UT that features a cave and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until October.
Definitely worth the effort. This trail is paved the whole way and the views are great.
Paved. Need to get tickets for cave but you can still hike it. Easy but its a climb.
Loved this for the kids. If you do go into the cave we hope you get Ranger Nancy as your guide. She was so fun for the kids.
Really like this cave, hike is best done when it is not hot.
Great walk, but not good if you suffer from knee problems going down hill
little steep but it was fully paved.
I found this trail to be steep and a good work-out. Be sure to bring water! The views along the trail were beautiful and excellent for taking pictures. I would definitely do this again, as I didn't get to see the caves (tickets were sold out for the day). It's worth the climb even you don't get to the caves.
Great for a short workout. Went to the cave and back in less than hour. Ran most of the way down though...
Definitely worth doing, the Cave itself is amazing and the views are not too shabby
The hike up was tough. Great scenery. Once you make it to the top and the caves it is awesome. Make sure you take a light jacket or sweater, the caves are cold.
It was beautiful and the perfect intensity level for a nice morning walk!
Great hike! The caves are amazing. Make sure you bring a jacket - it's freezing inside the caves.
First, it's a very easy trail in that it is very smooth (paved) and rails or chains are provided wherever necessary. There are also many places to stop, sit, and rest. Having said that, it is a continuous climb and you will need some of those rest stops (especially if you are bringing small children).
The views are spectacular and well worth the hike. The cave is very nice but not too impressive as caves go. Cave tours require tickets which sell out days or even weeks in advance so plan your trip accordingly.
Bring a lot of water. You could easily go through a liter just on the way up. On a hot afternoon with no wind, the temperatures on the trail can get >110F so plan your trip accordingly.
Nice work up. Steep incline the whole way.