Hike into an underground limestone wonderland known as Preacher Canyon Cave. This cave features stalagmites and stalactites formations created by dripping water filled with dissolved limestone. There is also a water pool towards the back of this living cave.
Come along with Private Jeep Excursions and explore a Lava River Cave 300 feet under the ground in Flagstaff, Arizona. This almost 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 top, sides and bottom of the flow cooled and solidified first, after which the insides of the lava river continued to flow creating the present cave.