Devils Kitchen Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Grand Junction, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Great hike! Beautiful scenery! Downfall too much horse poop EVERYWHERE!
Nice easy hike with a little scramble at the top. Beautiful rock formations, great for kids.
Worth the hike!
This hike was fantastic.
Easy hike with just a little elevation change at the trailhead and a little scramble at the end as you explore the rock formations.
great family hike. one of our favorites! we often stop "in the kitchen" for a snack before heading back. not that it's needed, just makes for a fun family outting.
Easy and satisfying!
A short trail with beautiful scenery and incredible towering rock formations at the end. Opportunities for scrambling. Mind that you don't go where the waypoint is set; the actual trailhead is in the Colorado National Monument. The CNM is a national park, thus usually has an admittance fee of $10 per car. Make a day of the trail and the drive and get your money's worth, or add another trail-there are several in the CNM.
Just follow those trail markings and you'll get there!
Beautiful red rock area, trail poorly marked for a chunk of it. We hiked it with 5 moms and 17 kids between the ages of 1 and 10.
Cool trail if you hike all the way up into the rocks.
Beautiful View once you find it. Took the long way around to get to Devils Kitchen. But also got in a longer hike and an awesome view of Devils Kitchen from the backside.