Devil's Bridge | Sedona Hikes
Devil's Bridge in Sedona is a fantastic hike. One of my favorite hikes in the Sedona area. From the trail head it is about a mile walk. The trail head is reached by either walking down Forest Road 152 , or driving very carefully with a high clearance vehicle on a road that is not maintained. The terrain is rough, so drive with caution. You will eventually reach a sign for the trail head. If you drove there is a small parking area for vehicles. From this spot it is about a one mile hike to see Devil's Bridge.
Hiking Devil's Bridge
The path starts out wide and fairly level, but it quickly turns into a steep rocky climb. After about 3/4 of a mile you will reach a division in the path, you can either choose to go up to the right to see and/or walk across the bridge or to the left to see the bridge from underneath. There are no signs, but when you come to a small cavern of rocks with a spot you can crawl under this is the path to go up to the bridge, take the other to go under.
There is a large area to take in the views if you do not want to walk out onto the bridge. However, if you walked this far you might as well walk out onto the bridge. It is wider than it appears from afar. The views from Devil Bridge are incredible.
View from Devil's Bridge