Despite looking at the direction through Google Maps, and asking people at Arizona Tourism office, we overshot the trail head entrance because the sign was inadequate (or rather, what sign??) If the forest service road was open, the hike from trail head to the bridge was 0.7 miles. Instead, we ended up walking an additional 2 miles each way from Dry Creek Road. As we started walking in, again, no sign pointing to the trail head for anyone to see. We ended up asking people coming back the other way and we saw plenty of people who came later resort to doing the same thing, asking around.
The hike to the trail head was OK, not too strenuous, but was challenging psychologically because we had planned a 1 1/2 hr trek for this trip, and ended up doing a 3 hour hike. The hike from the trail head to the bridge was not easy. Again, not much sign to help. Going up was steady, but coming down was quite hard because of the steepness of descent, especially the upper part which was on rocks.
The view at the bridge made all the troubles worth it. It was breathtaking! The pictures posted didn't quite do justice to it. It really gets your heart pumping as you walk to the bridge and looked down. If you can put up with all the signage troubles and be ready for a 6-7 miles hike, the view is definitely worth it!