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Wonderful. A little over two miles each way. Down an off-road vehicle road for the first half, transitioning to an uphill trail through the pines up to the bridge. Makes for a nice downhill stretch and then gradual uphill back to the car on the way back. Did this with a 7, 9, and 11 year old in 45* weather after a small snowstorm so there were SOME footing issues near the end of the trail. Great payoff with a snow-covered pic with my family. The ONLY drawback was the amount of people. Super popular. Probably passed 50 people on the trail in late January!!
Super amazing. Outstanding scenery. Very easy brisk paced walk. The creek crossings were fun although they were a bit cold at the time. Would recommend for either a beginner or advanced hiker. Although it is around a 5 mile hike, the beauty distracts you from the miles walked and before you know it you are ready to turn around and head back!!
Park off of long canyon Rd and use the Chuck wagon trail to connect to the devil's bridge trail. Makes it a longer hike to enjoy more of the views. Trail isn't always greatly marked so pay attention to the markers. The earlier you go the better due to the amount of crowds. Otherwise it is an awesome hike. I recommend hiking up past the bridge just to get even more views. Overall awesome hike I would definitely go again!