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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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Tony D wrote a review Oct 26
United States165 contributions35 helpful votes
This is a pretty decent hike adventure. A couple of things to note: Parking can be rough, the earlier you arrive the better off you will be. Even if you get to park in the closest parking "lot" you have over a mile to walk on a dirt/dusty access road until you get to the official trail head. Then you have about another mile to the bridge. The hike itself isn't very strenuous, but once you get close to the bridge, you are walking up stone steps. If you have concerns about your balance, these can be precarious, though moving slowly will help keep you safe. Once you get to the bridge, be prepared to wait. There is a line for photos. It moves fairly quickly, but don't be surprised if it takes an hour before you get to walk out onto the bridge for your turn. The views are definitely worth the effort. Take a couple of hours and enjoy it.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AZ-LGE wrote a review Oct 26
Prescott, Arizona445 contributions188 helpful votes
This is an excellent hike but longer than the posted 3.6 miles roundtrip - actually closer to 5. There is one short section that is fairly steep but the rest is fairly flat. Go early as parking is an issue. We got there at 7:45am and the overflow (ie. anyone without a 4X4) lot was full so we had go back an park on Dry Creek Rd. Walking on the 44 road is long and dusty but still pretty. Once you get to the 4X4 parking lot, the nice part of the hike starts. It is MUCH wider on the top than it looks.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Allison C wrote a review Oct 23
Los Angeles, California27 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a beautiful hike. I think that the main issue that we had with this activity is the amount of people on the trail. We arrived at 6:45 a.m. on a MONDAY and got one of the last parking spots in the parking lot. If there are no spots, you have to park on the main road and walk in. Or, if you have a true off road vehicle, you can drive in for 1 mile and park in the smaller parking lot right at the trailhead. Don't be like the person who passed us in their stock Jeep Cherokee while we were walking on the road. They hit every.single.rock that they could, as they plowed up the middle of the path, seemingly oblivious regarding how to effectively drive on an off road trail and the damage that they were doing to their vehicle. The piece of their undercarriage left behind on a rock is testament to that. Even at that time of the morning, there was a decent amount of people on the trail. We didn't have to wait long for a picture, maybe 10 min. We also got a nice group to take a pic of us since we were just a group of two. Everyone was considerate and understanding that some people had to take their time climbing down some of the scarier spots. The scenery was beautiful at that time of the morning. By the time we left, there were dozens of people walking past us on their way in and the road was lined with cars for probably at least half a mile. We had read the reviews and couldn't believe that we would have to get to the parking lot so early on a Monday...but it was true. Thirty seconds later and we would have been parking on the main road and adding a mile to the hike. We started at 7am and drove out a little before 10am.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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casadblu wrote a review Oct 23
Mesa, Arizona29 contributions12 helpful votes
Awesome hike but do not walk up 4x4 road to trailhead. Boring and dusty. Come in from the Mescal/Chuckwagon Trail. Much more scenic.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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HowIJourney wrote a review Oct 22
Miami, Florida88 contributions20 helpful votes
I wanted to do something different for my birthday & start my day in the beautiful outdoors..Devils Bridge was exactly what I envisioned & more! We started the hike from the Mescal Trailhead to avoid the ATVs and off road vehicles interrupting our outdoor, nature experience. To get to the Mescal Trailhead: -Set your navigation to Seven Canyons Golf Club (If you get to the Golf Club entrance you've gone too far) -Once you make a right at the stop sign onto Long Canyon Road, drive about 1/2 mile and you will see the hike entrance on the right hand side -The parking lot is very small but you can park on the roadside -Be sure to purchase a parking pass in advance, the day pass is $5/car The hike is about 4 miles round trip and you MUST go early to avoid the heat & crowd. We started the hike at 6:30am and only waited about 10 minutes to get on the bridge. The air early in the morning is crisp and cool! Make sure you bring lots of water and are physically fit to do this hike, people have passed out from heat exhaustion. Hiking shoes aren't required, just sneakers with good grip will do.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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