Gandy Caves

Bureau of Land Management, Utah.

This WSA is characterized by rugged terrain and steep cliffs. Special Features: Bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and golden eagles are a raptor species which inhabit the WSA. Sensitive species that could inhabit the WSA include the ferruginous hawk, long-billed curlew, kit fox, and burrowing owl. The area is known in Utah and throughout the country for its beds of Cambrian trilobites. Council Cave, near Antelope Peak, has the largest entrance of any cave in Utah, and can be visible for 50 miles.


Directions

Turn North onto Gandy Road from Highway 50. Travel 27 miles until you reach the small green sign that reads GANDY. Make a left and go 1 mile. Turn left and you've arrived.