Devils Canyon Interpretive
Description: 0.2 miles (0.32 km) round trip. Allow 45 minutes. This mostly flat trail is open only to hikers. This interpretive trail includes multiple stops at panels discussing the relationship between humans and the forest through history. The hike is a great option for families or groups of mixed ages and physical abilities. If staying at Devils Canyon Campground it is easy to walk from campsites to the trailhead.
The trail winds through the ponderosa pine forest before reaching its end near an overlook of Devils Canyon and an archeological site.
Open to: Hiking
Water: Water is available in the campground from multiple spigots.
Restroom: Restrooms are available in the campground.
Operated by: Forest Service
Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041
Directions: From Monticello, head south on U.S. 191/Main St. and travel 11.8 miles (19 km). Turn right at the sign to Devils Canyon Campground follow road 0.7 miles (1.1 km). Turn right at the entrance of the campground and cross cattle guard. Turn left to follow the campground loop (#16-40) to the very end of the loop 0.7 miles (1.1 km).to Devils Canyon Nature Trailhead.
Latitude: 37 44’ 19.8”N (37.738837 Decimal Degrees)
Longitude: 109 24’ 22.1”W (-109.406136 Decimal Degrees)
Datum: NAD 83, Position Format: Degrees Minutes Seconds (hddd mm’ss.s”)