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Geronimo's Hide out

This is a must for the adventurist. One of the few places left where you can climb into a natural... read more

Reviewed October 12, 2017
Localgirl252
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Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
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Great First Cave to Explore

I love caving, so here's the good, the bad, the crazy, and the beautiful. The Good: After the... read more

Reviewed June 19, 2016
LuckyBobAZ
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Oct 12, 2017
“Geronimo's Hide out”
Nov 26, 2016
“Did the climb but unable to get into cave”
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Also called Montezuma's Treasure Vault and Geronimo's Cave, this subterranean system extends approximately 600 feet in length and is believed to have been used by the Apaches as a hide-out from the U.S. Army in the late 1800's.
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4101 E Montezuma Canyon Rd, Hereford, AZ 85615-9376
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Reviewed October 12, 2017 via mobile

This is a must for the adventurist. One of the few places left where you can climb into a natural cave without all the modern safety regulations. No lights, no stairs, no handrails, no paths. Truly a place to explore and imagine.

1  Thank Localgirl252
Reviewed November 26, 2016

The hike to the cave is about half a mile and rises 600 feet in elevation. A bit strenuous for those who are not used to hiking uphill or used to higher altitudes. There is a nice sign with a map at the entrance. Unfortunately,...More

1  Thank Lizlizzie
Reviewed June 19, 2016

I love caving, so here's the good, the bad, the crazy, and the beautiful. The Good: After the moderate scramble down the mouth of the cave, it opens nicely with a mostly dust and small rock floor. Walking is easy and the ceiling is high....More

1  Thank LuckyBobAZ
Reviewed March 15, 2016

My back issues prevented me from scrambling down the rocks to get in. Others in party enjoyed it. Rangers lead walks on Saturdays in season-check the website. Hike is not difficult, but strenuous, especially if you aren't acclimated to altitude. Bring water, hat and sun...More

Thank Ginny A
Reviewed December 10, 2015

After a relatively short uphill hike, you are greeted with the cave entrance - a jumble of rocks you have to climb down into the cave. This gives you the feel of a real adventure. We had an underpowered flashlight which made the cave seem...More

Thank Tom K
Reviewed November 11, 2015

This cave is a short hike into the Huachuca Mountains. One must slide down some tall rocks to enter the cave. Once in the cave and away from the opening, it is totally pitch black in there. We used flashlights and a palm beacon to...More

1  Thank J G
Reviewed September 20, 2015 via mobile

Not an easy hike to the entrance. Nor was the descent to the first room. My 10 year old son made it though. Greeted by a couple of bats which was a cool experience. Walking around the cave and seeing the formation was out of...More

Thank edhong1977
Reviewed September 7, 2015

There are several items of interest that make up "Coronado Park", but this by far is the coolest. It is a natural cave, and is very much wild. Before you depart, I strongly recommend you bring the following things: a lightsource (a headlamp would be...More

Thank Bavarian_Ruffian
Reviewed April 7, 2015

Situated in the Coronado National Monument on the southern border of Arizona, this is a nice short cave to explore. It is safe for families with even small children and you cannot get lost. just be sure to take 2 flashlights per person to be...More

Thank Bruce B
Reviewed March 17, 2015 via mobile

The trail leading to this cave is totally uphill but they've made stone steps on the steepest parts. The cave itself is a natural cave and you have to climb down some boulders to get inside. Definitely for the fit. Bring flashlights and plenty of...More

Thank BlackBeltOjibwa
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