Lava River Cave
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You will need a headlamp or good flashlight and long sleeves to go down into this cave. It does not have animals in it. It takes about a half hour to the back. It splits about two-thirds of the way take the left path unless you want to crawl. They both end up in the same place. If you want go here,…
This mile-long lava tube cave was formed roughly 700,000 years ago by molten rock that erupted from a volcanic vent in nearby Hart Prairie. The cave is as cool as 42° even in summer.
Very unique underground lava tube you can hike! Bring good hiking shoes, a jacket, and a flashlight (or two)!
Bring a jacket and flashlight for everyone. This is a must see for kids!! Walk one mile into a Lava Tube Cave. Make it exciting and bank around through the left tube back to the beginning. No Fees
A 1- mile walk in pitch dark thriugh an ancient lava tube. A fun day trip near Flagstaff. Wearing a hat is highly recommended to avoid bumps on low ceilings. And of course a flashlight! Constant temperature inside so it can be enjoyed winter or summer.
Underground natural lava tube cave, suitable for adults but may be dicey for young children, especially if you have to carry them with the terrain.
A very unique hike underground in an old lava flow. You will definitely need headlamps (its basically a long cave .75 miles long) and need to be sure footed for the initial descent down large boulders into the lava tube. Also, wear a few layers. Unless there is extreme weather all cars can easily…
Unique hike for all ages.BRING FLASHLIGHTS or HEADLAMPS for all in your group.A short 30 min drive, on some well maintained forest rds, to a true treasure. It's 35F degrees in these tubes year round.
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“23.4 miles away. Offering exciting runs down Arizona's highest mountain, the SnowBowl Ski Resort is a full service downhill ski area. Eight chair lifts provide access to 40 trails with a maximum rise of 2,300 feet. Runs range from beginner to advanced, so there's opportunities for everyone to have fun. The resort offers rentals, lessons, and childcare. The Snowbowl usually opens in early December and remains open until mid-April.”
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