Devil’s Bridge Hike, Sedona

Hi Everyone,

This week is going so fast, I can barely keep up with it. This past weekend, we visited Devil’s Bridge in Sedona. Before we leave Arizona we wanted to make sure to check it out because we have heard great things about Devil’s Bridge and the amazing view. It for sure did not disappoint!

The hike itself is pretty easy, not to mention that it is FREE. Make sure to take plenty water with you because it can get pretty warm in Sedona. Parking gets a little tricky. We got there at 8:30 am and got lucky enough to take the last available spot. (By the time we were leaving, people were parking on the side of the road it got so busy.) We had to park in the first parking lot which added another 2.1 miles to the hike. The total hike came out to be 5.8 miles. You can only drive up to the second parking lot if your car can take extreme off-road situations.

Devil’s Bridge Hike

Price: FREE! No parking fee, no permit.

Parking: Gets a little too busy as the day goes on. It paid off that we went early in the morning. And if you don’t have a high-clearance 4 wheel drive, you can only park in the first parking spot.

Hike level: easy to medium. Really not too bad at all, the last 400 feet gets a little steep with lots of stairs but you can always take a quick break when your legs feel like they are on fire 😀

View: Unbelievable

You can find details and more description about the area on the United States Department of Agriculture’s Website!

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