Devils Bridge | Sedona AZ
***You should def do a moderate amount of physical activity, like barre, yoga, 5+ mile walk
Devil’s Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area of the Coconino National Forest. This diverse landscape is famous for marvelous red rocks, Ponderosa pine forests, deserts and wildlife galore. This is a hike #LadyHikers! You’ve got a 400 foot climb in altitude during this only 1.8-mile roundtrip trek. Please proper safety practices and know your experience level cause once you get to the tippy top, it’ll most definitely take your breath away.
This was an amazing girls hiking trip! We bonded, we laughed, we learned about each other. Most of all, I pushed myself and realized I can do anything I put my mind to. When they said it was the largest natural sandstone arch in Sedona, I said I NEED to be up there! I conquered a 400ft climb! I’m afraid of heights and I once on top, I felt like I was on top of the world. Ever since that hike, I’ve been hiking different mountains weekly. It lit a fire in my soul and I’m so thankful I have amazing friends to experience these things with me.
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