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Wind Caves Trail Head, Logan
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  • This hiking trail is located within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest -- the upper part that is located near Logan UT. The trailhead has a small parking area accessible from route 89. Additional...  more »
  • We LOVED hiking the Wind Caves and will do it again. It's a hike anybody can do if you go at your own pace and take your time. Also, if you are a Geocacher, there are several caches along the trail th...  more »
  • The hike from the trail-head on hwy 89 is just at 2mi each way. its just over 7 miles from Logan, and just at 32 miles from Garden City. There is parking at the trail head just off the road, but only ...  more »
  • Trail head starts on the left of U.S 89 (on the way to Bear Lake from Logan). You can run this one and finish in 1.15 mins round trip. Great colors on the fall hike. Better than Crimson.
  • It's a really nice Trail, I ran up there the view is amazing anyone in my opinion could do this hike not too steep a lot of shades in places to rest if you're not the type who can take the Sun, if you're thinking about doing this hike I'd invite you can go ahead it's pretty nice
  • Gorgeous views and great intermediate hiking! Convenient location right outside Logan. Great for a nice afternoon away!
  • Amazing trail with breathtaking views from the double-arched wind cave on the trail-head.......
  • Beautiful view. good moderate hike. worth the visit!