Peppersauce Cave (32°31′28″N 110°42′26″W / 32.52444°N 110.70722°W / 32.52444; -110.70722Coordinates: 32°31′28″N 110°42′26″W / 32.52444°N 110.70722°W / 32.52444; -110.70722) is a limestone cave found in the Santa Catalina Mountains approximately ten miles south of Oracle, Arizona. Peppersauce is frequented by about 23,000 visitors every year and contains approximately one mile of mapped passages.
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