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Devil's Bridge Trail, Sedona
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Home to the area's largest sandstone arch, Devil's Bridge Trail offers visitors a chance to explore and experience rugged terrain without the strain of an intense hike. Lined with cacti, rock formations, and desert foliage, the trail provides the opportunity to hike to the top of its namesake arch as well as its shaded underside. Though the 2.9 km (1.8 mi) roundtrip hike from the trailhead is moderately difficult, it's fully paved and accessible to hikers of all levels and capabilities. Keep in mind that the arch itself is not fenced off, so exercise caution. Arrange your visit to Devil's Bridge Trail and discover more family-friendly attractions in Sedona using our Sedona trip builder.
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  • You can access from 2 points. We took the longer one. Get there early because it pretty busy later on. The last portion of the hike is pretty steep, you might need to rest to catch your breath. But st...  more »
  • If you have a high clearance 4wd you can cut about 2.5 miles off this hike, but it's an easy 2.5 miles. Things get a little tougher once you reach the trail head. There are some steep sections that ma...  more »
  • Tip: for best photo results try to go in the early morning or on a semi-overcast day. The sun shines bright on the hill behind the bridge, which darkens the subjects on the bridge. Not that it's impos...  more »