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A fairly gradual hike, especially the first half, with superb views.

Best in the fall when the leaves are turning. If you take children, make sure you keep them close... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
KLK164
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Logan, Utah
Invigorating hike with rewarding views at the top

This is a nice quick hike with an enjoyable, scenic trail, and great views from the top. You can... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
Frank C
,
Logan, Utah
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“logan canyon” (18 reviews)
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Best in the fall when the leaves are turning. If you take children, make sure you keep them close, especially when you arrive a the wind caves themselves.

Thank KLK164
Reviewed 8 November 2017

This is a nice quick hike with an enjoyable, scenic trail, and great views from the top. You can climb around the "caves" which are naturally formed arches. You'll almost never be alone on this trail, as it is a very popular hike not far...More

Thank Frank C
Reviewed 7 November 2017

A gorgeous hike! worth taking a date up to. Make sure to take some water! It is a pretty popular hike so if you arent the biggest people person you might want to find a different one.

Thank Kyle E
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Wind caves is a Logan favorite because of the view out of the caves (closer to thick arches) over the canyon. The hike is anout 95% up hill. Without too many breaks you can make the caves in about an hour. It takes about 10-15...More

Thank Austin S
Reviewed 12 October 2017

The windcaves hike is a pretty popular hike in Logan UT. It has some vertical, but it is through switch backs up the hill. Most of the hike is exposed - no shade, so you need to make sure you are prepared if you do...More

Thank Aaronwoo
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

I was in town on business and had a couple hours to kill before heading to the airport in Salt Lake. The trail head is only 15 min off the highway and easy to find. The parking area is somewhat limited. The trail head is...More

Thank Wade S
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Its very unique and worth the hike. Take Water! Much bigger then we expected. There are two rooms, make sure you look around the corner.

Thank DaGroomer1650
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This hike is one of the locals favorites. It's gets busy and warm during the middle of the day. Great spring hike because it faces South and the snow melts off early. Steep in some sections but lots of families do it with children. View...More

Thank 41gregoryr
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Great hike - best in the fall when the leaves are changing, no shade in the summer so it can be a bit hot.

1  Thank Paul C
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

This is a steep hike and can be hot in midday, but well worth your time. The views of Logan Canyon are awesome and the wind caves are too. Take water and wear good shoes. It is not a long hike and there are shady...More

3  Thank momfive
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steelergirl87
5 February 2017|
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Response from Mary Pat C | Reviewed this property |
It may depend on the season. In the fall when I went, the trees were quite gorgeous. There were views of the mountain if you looked upward.
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