It makes for a fantastic photo; but, its not for the faint of heart. The trail itself is a 400-foot climb up to the natural red-rock arch, aptly named Devils Bridge. While its less than a mile up, the climb is on the steeper side. Once you get there, the world is at your feet. The unpaved road to the trailhead might be hard for low-riding cars. To get there, take Dry Creek Road north off of 89A on the west side of town. When the road forks, stay right on the unpaved road and you’ll find a parking lot and trailhead for Devils Bridge. If you head ride, you can get to the trailhead for the Boyton Canyon trailhead.