Pagat Caves is a 1.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near the city of Yigo, Guam that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length1.7 miElevation gain531 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsBeachCaveForestViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Becky Tanner
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Matt Greene
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A great trail with lots of island history. Latte stones and grinding stones along the well marked path. The cave was very neat with it's two different rooms. The first a shallow water room suitable for school age kids. The second room is much deeper and narrow passage that only those with proper flashlights should attempt. Jagged rocks and underbrush make this a hike that you should wear hiking boots and pants.

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Andy Hoff
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Jake Whitehill
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Erin Alexis
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Steep going down. We were first on trail so we hit all of the spiders going down. Basically like we were walking through Hogwarts Forbidden Forest. we opted to wear 5.11 pants and were thankful with the brush and coral rocks. Highly suggested to wear gloves of some sort. we only brought water shoes for the caves and wish we brought our diving boots. we went to lookout first then back down to caves then back up. the trail is mostly covered except the most steep part going back to car. it was a little rough coming back and my COVID out of shape heart struggled a little bit from inactivity but we made it with carrying to 2 year old and it was very worth it. well marked.

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Andrea Schweim
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trail head well marked. you will get wet going into the cave. it was waist deep for me. bring a flashlight to explore the inner cave. Diving boots came in handy.

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nelson gonzalez soto
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Mike M
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Amanda Lixey
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HikingBugsRocky

The cave is absolutely gorgeous and fun to swim in. Be sure to bring a flashlight! However, the hike is pretty rough. The rocks are sharp and many are slick which can be challenging while going down hill. Coming back up was much easier.

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Michael wolz
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Great, well marked, well established, easy hike with a couple moderate rock descent/ascent sections. It's downhill there and uphill back so get prepared if you're not in the best shape. Inside the cave is spectacular and an easy scramble down into them. Lights are a must as it pitch dark inside and you have to see the inside; the rock formations are incredible.

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Greg Schubert
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Spider city!! A really nice hike, if you're not afraid of spiders. They are everywhere, although they're harmless. Use a stick to wave in front of you as you walk or you might get a face full of spider web. Otherwise, a great hike and make sure to continue all the way to the ocean for some amazing coastal views.

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Joe Palo
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Great views once you get to the cliff area. The cave is completely dark so that flashlight is a must. Climb down the rocks safely because they are sharp. Happy trails!

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B Guam
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grown

Awesome cave with fresh water inside that you can swim in.

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Ashley Benavente-Camacho
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Amazing hike. Cave is so beautiful Best to bring gloves and waterproof flashlights cause the case if pretty dark.

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Vanessa User
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HikingBugsRockyScramble

Recommend bringing gloves for when you have to scramble. Overall a relatively dry and straightforward trail. More experienced hikers will find this an easy trial to navigate.

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Gary Harn
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I’m not an experienced hiker, but am in above average shape; and this was hard for me — especially coming back up when I got off course. Bring water, a hat, bug spray, and definitely wear proper shoes. The cave is completely dark, so some form of flashlight is definitely required.

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Susan Cory
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It was a fun hike. Getting there was an adventure because we were new to this trail, so it took us a bit longer to get to our destination. Leaving the cave and heading back up was a challenge. There’s a lot of climbing you’ve got to do and you’re walking up hills which gets you tired pretty quick. Have plenty plenty of water and I would recommend a hat because when you get to your destination there is a lot of sun and the wind is crazy. The hike is worth it because you will get to see an amazing view and God’s beautiful creation.

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Alexalyn Tok
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For my first time hiking it was a great experience.It was easy walking down but was honestly difficult coming back up. The view was beautiful. Kinda sad we didn’t get to see the pool in the cave but other than that it was great.Make sure to bring a lot of water and also shoes with hard bottom as to the rocks get really sharp. Be sure to bring a mosquito repellent if case it rains a bit. And a hat might be recommended but the area provides a lot of shade.

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