Big Brush Creek Cave

Big Brush Creek Cave is the second largest cave in Utah at just under 5 miles, with it's deepest point at about 850 feet deep. The cave is often clogged with huge logs and other debris from spring run off running through the middle of it. Generally spring time is not recommended unless there is very little spring run off.









 

3 comments:

jacob said... | December 27, 2008 at 8:09 PM

I believe this cave is larger and deeper than "Little Brush Creek Cave" its possible that its just because the debris blocking the cave, but i've been able to go twice as far in this cave its georgous though!!!

Anonymous said... | June 20, 2011 at 4:21 PM

i cant find any info on this cave i have heard rumors about they dont know where the water that enters this cave comes out i was wondering if this was true and if anyone knows a good site i can find more info on this cave.

Swede Larson said... | October 21, 2013 at 3:48 PM

At present knowledge Little brush has more mapped passage. The deadair passage stops most at the end but there is a lot more cave there. A good resource on knowledge is Dave Herron, he would likely have the die trace results from those they did in the eighties/early ninties!