Devils Garden Loop Trail with 7 Arches is a 7.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Moab, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Moderately easy hike, up to 6 easily reached arches, desert settings. This is a wonderful hike that allows you to see up to six named arches, any one of which would be worth the moderately easy 4 mile hike. The main trail is well maintained, and wide. The first spur trail takes you to Tunnel Arch and Pine Tree Arch. We were lucky enough to share Tunnel Arch with a small herd of grazing mule deer. Next the trail leads to Landscape Arch, which at 306' long is one of the largest natural spans in the world. After visiting Landscape Arch, you begin your only significant uphill climb of the trip. You will walk well below Wall Arch, then climb higher to spur trails to Navajo and Partition Arch. The later offering great views out over the desert. At this point we retraced the main trail back to the trailhead, but you could continue on for an additional 2 1/4 miles for views of Double Arch and Dark Angel.
Hiked in a couple hours. Very easy and breathtaking.
Best real hike in Arches. The varied terrain alone made it a great hike. The arches just made it better. It is the must do hike in the park.
This is an awesome trail. It was pretty easy the first mile and then it was challenging !! Finding the trail was interesting at times !! The arches were amazing !!
We started at 7:35am and had a great time . We did not rush and saw everything! We had two snacks and one lunch stop and we're back by 12;30. Lots of fun and absolutely gorgeous.
We started around 9:30 and took our 11 and 9 yr old they did great! If you don't like heights go the primitive trail which is harder but not up high. It started getting hot as we ended I would suggest a hat because there is very little shade. Bring plenty of water we had enough with 2 liters each but we saw quite a few families that ran out with 3 miles left to go.
Great views but very crowded and noisy on first part of loop. Primitive trail back much more peaceful.