There is a place within The Coyote Mountain Wilderness, several miles north of Ocotillo, California, within the Anza Borrego Desert. The area abounds in fossils and other clues that hint of the time this area was part of the ocean. We hike it during the winter months and were rewarded with beautiful vistas and formations at every turn.
There are several Dome formations Though the best one has several wind caves in it, the main one extends all the way trough it. Once through it there is a severe drop off, but to the left there are some foot holes carved into the stone that lead to a wind cave. This wind cave has a sandy bottom perfect to sit and have some lunch while one enjoys the view.
In the dome lands the wind has held sway and with the help of the abundant sand has carved the surrounding rock. Notice the abundant wind caves in all the photos.
This is the back of the above dome, The top left wind cave extends through the dome, this can be observed by the attached video. The longer wind cave to the right, has sand covering the bottom and is accessed by toe holes pecked into the rock. Beware though it is a long and hard fall should one slip.