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Devil's Bridge Trail

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Devil's Bridge Trail

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Experience the desert terrain of western Sedona with the thrill of a half-day ATV tour. Ride along rugged dirt trails surrounded by steep canyon walls, red-rock bluffs, and brush, stopping at lookouts and other remote locations far from the crowds. Your guide leads you to the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, and points out movie filming locations along the way.
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TravelerAa wrote a review 21 Feb.
Sioux City, Iowa21 contributions4 helpful votes
We jeeped out to the trailhead, which is highly recommended. The trail is easy until the last couple yards. Line for pictures was absurdly long. Highly recommend hiking under Devils bridge as well. Breathtaking.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Julie_AZ wrote a review 21 Feb.
Phoenix, Arizona11 contributions
This was a good hike for us as a family of four, kids 10 & 14. Nice wide path for most of the way. Jeep tours like to come through. Once you get close to the arch, the path narrows tremendously. It turns into a rocky staircase that only one person wide can go up or down. It has some choke points. This was challenging because of the crowds, people not taking turns very well but we eventually got through and it was worth it. Once you get to the end, there is room to spread out. If you’re bringing a dog, be prepared to pick up your furry friend in those narrow, steep sections, where they might hesitate or be apprehensive. If it’s windy, expect a lot of dust! We started with a white dog and ended with an orange dog!! Had to hit the shower before we went out to eat!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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cookpias wrote a review 18 Feb.
Los Angeles, California1,699 contributions451 helpful votes
The beginning of this hike is very flat-- unfortunately the parking is not great. you have to park somewhere along the highway and it can be as much as a mile to hike into the start of the trail itself. Then it is a long way fairly flat to a second trailhead where it gets steep with stairways to get up to the bridge itself. We took an ATV which mitigated the parking issues and we were able to drive the first several miles of the trail to the further trailhead. From there it is maybe a mile or slightly more, although parts of it are very steep towards the end to the view of the bridge itself. unfortunately there was a wait of over an hour to actually walk out on the bridge itself and get pictures. This was on a Sunday of a 3-day weekend. Instead we took views of the arch itself without walking out on it and pictures in front of it.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Amber K wrote a review 18 Feb.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin45 contributions2 helpful votes
Highly recommend but get there early! My husband and I got to the paved parking lot around 6:20 am - there were 5 other cars parked. You definitely need a 4x4 off road vehicle to go on the dirt road to get to the trailhead. It took us a little over an hour to get to the bridge. The trail is easy to moderate. You will be required to climb up big rocks / boulders for the last part of the trail. There were already 8 people when we arrived. Within 20 minutes there was quiet a bit of a line to go on the bridge to take pictures. On our way back to the parking lot, we saw tons of people heading to the bridge and the lot was full and about 20 cars parked on the street. Overall, I would do this again in a heartbeat!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Ntdilts22 wrote a review 16 Feb.
Cincinnati, Ohio66 contributions4 helpful votes
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The stuff about needing hiking gear or an all terrain vehicle is way off. Don’t get me wrong, it’d have been great to drive to the base of the climb, but it would eliminate a lot of the hike. We were just fine in athletic shoes and gear. You just don’t see this kinda view other places, not even including the bridge picture opportunity. Take advantage of the multiple overlooks on the way up. The views are that great. We went on a chilly day in the 50s but didn’t even drink a full bottle of water. If you can climb semi steep stairs you can make this hike. The bridge is amazing. Some don’t like to wait because of the line but it really does move fast as long as people are considerate. Don’t be one of those people that take individuals, couples, and group shots. Take one or two poses and move on. Regardless, it’s worth the wait. Overall very glad we did this. If I return to the area I’ll absolutely visit this trail again.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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