dogs on leash
Great hike. You follow the river the entire way and it's beautiful the whole time. Some areas of the trail are washed out but easily passable. Yellow blazes mark your way.
The falls are impressive and you're able to get close. I would love to come back in the summer. There are plenty of good swimming holes.
It was absolutely surreal how gorgeous this trail was. We were soaked and covered in sleet and snow but we didn't even mind. The hike is definitely longer than the trail markers say, though, and starting at 12:30 pm with slippery conditions, we made it back to the trail head right after six. We did take quite a bit of time goofing off and taking pictures of everything that caught our gaze on the way to the bathtub. After the bathtub the trail is much more strenuous and a great workout. I would not recommend bringing pets or small children.
Miserable in the 20's, but amazing when it's warm! The whole trip was beautiful and kept you engaged. I do wish it was better publicized and more instructions were given; parking area is there, but nothing letting you know. There are a ton of no parking signs before the parking area, though.
Lorna J. on Devils Fork and Devils Bathtub Loop Trail
Go to the bathtub and turn around the rest of the hike is just a boring old logging road. It says 7mi it's actually 10. Very crowded but beautiful.