Trail Length: 2 miles one way

Difficulty / Rating: Moderate Strenuous

Class: Class 2

Elevation Start / Gain5,100 feet / 900 feet

Trailhead: N 41o  45′ 42.24″  W 111o  42′ 13.79″

UTM: 12T 441502 E      4623626 N

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The Wind Cave trail takes you to the delicate triple arch and natural cave is near the top of the China Wall geologic formation on the north side of Logan Canyon.  This is part of the same formation found on the Crimson Trail on the south side.  It is dry enough for hiking in early spring.

The Wind Cave trail is a beautiful, yet steep, hike that is frequently hiked during a full moon.  The caves are large and are a great place to stop for lunch before hiking back down.  This hike has great views of Logan Canyon on the way up to the cave.  Allow about 1 hour to ascend to the Wind Caves, 1/2 hour at the caves, and 1/2 hour to descend.  There is ample parking at the trailhead and rarely gets too busy. Find more great trails at

DIRECTIONS:  The hike starts about 5.3 miles up Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway (U.S Highway 89), near the Guinavah-Malibu Campground. The trailhead is on the left side of the road as you are driving up-canyon.

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If you like this hike then you may want to check out this trail: Jardine Juniper Hiking Trail