Devils Bridge was not easy to get to. Perhaps if the dirt road to the trailhead is improved it will be a bit easier. When I was there that road was closed, and you had to hike into the trail head on the Chuck Wagon Trail. I went later in the day, and fortunately took a mountain bike to do this first part of the journey. Bikes are not permitted on the DB Trail, so I locked the bike to a tree near the base and hiked up. Very strenuous hike near the end, and you had to be VERY careful with footing on the way back down, but the experience was worth it! On Halloween no less!
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