Head up to Logan Canyon (you will love the views the last part of the drive has) and watch out for Gunivah-Malibu campground on your right about 5 miles up. Opposite from the campground on the left side of the road is the Wind Caves trailhead! This trail is 3.5 miles each way and is considered a moderate trail due to the incline the entire way up. There are many loooong switchbacks, shaded parts of the trail, and fully exposed trail.
You will actually start to see the wind caves well before you reach them. This builds the excitement even more! Most of the trail is wide and well trafficked, however in March the last bit was snowy and narrow. I would recommend this as a spring or fall hike, unless you love snow or sunburns!
The Wind Caves are actually a triple limestone arch and natural cave. You can hang out on top of the cave or inside. We chose not to walk on top of the caves arches when possible (some things won't last forever!). There were plenty of great places to sit inside and enjoy the views.
Buddy really enjoyed this hike. I loved watching him stare over the edge as if he were taking in the mountain views.
The hike down is super fast and easy as it is pretty much all downhill. This was my first time in Logan Canyon, but there seem to be some great trails and fly fishing!