Lehman Caves Tours

Great Basin National Park

Head underground in Great Basin National Park to visit the spectacular Lehman Caves. Passageways in the marble rock are filled with beautiful speleothems including stalactites, stalagmites, popcorn, and cave bacon. The cave has amazing cave shields and is a world-class example of condensation corrosion, a process that is still enlarging the cave.  

Lehman Caves is also home to some endemic species (not found anywhere else in the world), such as the Great Basin cave pseudoscorpion and the Snake Range millipede. It also houses a maternity colony of Townsend's big-eared bats.  

When you visit Lehman Caves you take on a vital role in helping to protect the cave and the life inside of it. The most important thing you can do is to help us safeguard the cave's bat population from the spread of a fungus called white-nose syndrome. Read the "Need to Know" tab on this site to better prepare for your potential cave tour. Thanks for helping to protect your national park! 

Head underground in Great Basin National Park to visit the spectacular Lehman Caves. Passageways in the marble rock are filled with beautiful speleothems including stalactites, stalagmites, popcorn, and cave bacon. The cave has amazing cave shields and is a world-class example of condensation corrosion, a process that is still enlarging the cave.  

Lehman Caves is also home to some endemic species (not found anywhere else in the world), such as the Great Basin cave pseudoscorpion and the Snake Range millipede. It also houses a maternity colony of Townsend's big-eared bats.  

When you visit Lehman Caves you take on a vital role in helping to protect the cave and the life inside of it. The most important thing you can do is to help us safeguard the cave's bat population from the spread of a fungus called white-nose syndrome. Read the "Need to Know" tab on this site to better prepare for your potential cave tour. Thanks for helping to protect your national park! 

Need to Know

Changes and Cancellations

No refunds once tour starts. See Facility Rates for fees.

Contact Information

Mailing Address

100 Baker NV 89311

Phone Number

775-234-7500

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