3. Devil’s Bridge
Devil’s Bridge is a natural bridge that tourists and hikers flock to year round. The trail is relatively flat and easy, the jeep tour companies use the road for tours. Towards the end of the trail, there is a steep trail heading to the top where you can view the bridge. Once on top, the beauty of the area is unsurpassed. Since this is a popular destination, expect huge crowds and long lines for picture taking. Take Dry Creek Road, to the Dry Creek Trailhead parking area.
Length: 2 miles round trip
Elevation Change: 400 feet
Parking: Limited, Red Rock Pass Required.