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Devil’s Kitchen

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Devil’s Kitchen Viewpoint is a beautiful cluster of red rock hoodoos nestled in the Nebo Loop in Northern Utah. It is nicknamed “Little Bryce” as it reminds viewers a bit of the majesty of Bryce National Park. It doesn’t actually compare, but it is an awesome sight, and unique for Northern Utah!

Devil's Kitchen Viewpoint

The parking lot is fairly small with only half a dozen spots. The trail begins with a picnic area above and the main paved trail below.

There are little signs along the trail that describe some of the local plants and trees.

There is a gorgeous view along the short trail to the viewpoint.

There is a fenced area to look down on the hoodoos. There are some informational plaques that describe how these hoodoos were formed.

The hoodoos are pretty cool!

Stats: Distance – .02 miles there and back
Approximate hiking time – 10-30 minutes
Elevation gain – 16 feet
Difficulty – Easy
Trail – paved
Bathrooms – Yes
Seasons to hike – May – October
Permits needed – None
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Other hikes nearby are Salt Creek Waterfall, Grotto Falls, and Payson Lakes. You can also head south to Maple Canyon Arch and Maple Box Canyon. Other red rocks in Northern Utah are Red Ledges and Diamond Fork Arch.


We have so much beauty in Utah to explore! I love hiking and photography and can help you find your next favorite hike! All photos were taken by me!

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