It had been quite some time since we had made the hike to Timpanogos Cave, and so it seemed like a good opportunity give the children a real chance to stretch their legs and put their mad climbing skills to the test. The Timpanogos Cave hike is beautiful, and the reward of exploring a cave at the end makes it all the more worth it. Even the drive up the canyon to the trail head is lovely, so an activity like this is really a great way to spend your vacation days. Isn't that right, Jason?
No foolin' around. This is some serious hiking.
Brevin and Spencer like to lead the way.
The boys have recently taken a liking to the game Minecraft. If you are familiar
with the game, you may understand why this trail sign caught their attention.
Garrett spotted the entrance to the cave.
Here we are at the top. Brevin is sporting a smile even though he
was not feeling well and had to vomit at the "last chance" bathrooms.
I'm not sure why Ella is doubled over as if exhausted. She was carried
up the mountain. Maybe she just needed to stretch her legs.
After a quick check from the ranger to make sure the camelback
was not protruding too much, we got the go ahead to enter the cave.
The Great Heart of Timpanogos
After exploring the inside of the cave for nearly
thirty minutes, we came out into the open air.
By this point in our trip, Garrett had had enough of having his picture taken.