Sedona’s Devil’s Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in the area towering 50 feet in the air. The beautiful red rock and green trees are enough to send people into a euphoric state of mind. Its a very well known natural arch and it is a very busy trail. Lots of tourist but everyone was very nice and we all took turns getting our photos taken on the arch, I felt like a tourist in my own state! But the views were amazing and my daughter loved it! My family and I along with Goose hiked this trail with my friends and there dogs, we got to the parking lot early and had plenty of parking places to choose from. Its great that this trail was dog friendly and everyone was respectful of the dogs.
Trail Name: Devil’s Bridge #120
Directions to trailhead: Drive 27 miles south from Flagstaff to Sedona on US 89A. Continue through Sedona to Dry Creek Road (FR152) at the west end of town. Turn right on Dry Creek Road and drive for two miles to where FR152 forks and take the right fork (leaving the paved road). This road is rough; high-clearance vehicles required. It is not recommended during wet weather. About 1.3 miles up this road, turn right to Devil’s Bridge Trailhead and parking lot.
Location: Sedona, AZ
Parking: Free, But it is limited even though the parking lot is large lots of people had to park a long the road.
Trail: Moderate, the trail is well marked, and short but at the end you do have to climb a few flights of sandstone stairs.
Miles: Staring at Devil’s Bridge Trailhead it is only 1.8 miles round trip (but you must hike up the dirt road from over flow parking lot 1.3miles, the dirt road is drive-able if you have a high-clearance vehicle.)
Type of Hike: In and Out
Elevation Gain: 380 feet
Not a quiet trail it is a tourist hot spot!