Hike the lava river tube cave near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Want to try a little bit different type of Arizona hike. How about hiking under the ground instead of on top of it? This cave was formed by a molten rock tube who's walls solidified while the rest of the lava continued to flow through it.
The entrance to the cave is a couple of hundred yards from the parking area. The cave is cold all year round (even in summer). The entrance is about 32 degrees, with the cave warming up slightly as you hike (but not much). Make sure you hike with a friend and both of you have good flashlights. The footing is on volcanic rock, so wear sturdy boots (no sandals). It would be tough to get lost, as there is only one fork in the cave, but it quickly rejoins the main route.
Want to freak yourself out? Have everyone in your party turn their flashlights off and be very quiet.......