Devil’s Kitchen


Devil's Kitchen

If you happen to go up the Nebo Scenic Loop, make sure you stop at Devil’s Kitchen. This is one of our favorite walks (it’s only about a block, so to call it a “hike” would be stretching it).

It’s closer to the Salt Creek side than the Payson side (it’s 28 miles from Payson via the Nebo Loop), so there is not much traffic on the trail. Additionally, it is wide enough for a stroller or wheelchair. There are also restrooms at the trailhead.

Watch for this sign at the trailhead.
We love to stop and hike this trail any time of year when the Nebo Loop is open–this is summer. The below picture is fall.
Devil's Kitchen
Wheelchairs and strollers are welcome.

One of the things we like about this walk is that’s its a short way for a big payoff. At the end of the trail is a mini-Bryce Canyon formation. There are many towering “hoodoos” as they call them including balancing rocks in oranges and deep reds.

Stop by and make this walk with even the youngest or oldest adventurer.

It's like a mini Bryce Canyon.
It’s like a mini Bryce Canyon.
The overlook has a fence to keep everyone safe.

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