1.6 miles, Half day
Scenic, 3-mile out-and-back hike to the Devil's Bathtub, a scoured rock formation within Devil's Fork Creek. Hike follows the creek closely along its entire course, crossing the creek multiple times and passing several scenic swimming holes, rock formations, and waterfalls. An optional trip continues beyond the Devil's Bathtub, climbing the mountain and returning to the original trailhead, for 7 total miles. Beyond the Bathtub, however, the trail is much less maintained and may be difficult to follow in some seasons.
- The main parking area is reached via a rutted road that may be muddy and impassible by vehicles without high clearance and four-wheel drive in poor weather conditions. Alternative pull-out parking may be found within the first few hundred yards of the roadbed.
- While often easily navigated, the multiple stream crossings on this trail may require significant wading at high water and may even become treacherous during extremely high creekflow. Use caution and good judgment before attempting any creek crossings in wet weather.
- Steep terrain and heavy forest cover along this trail may prevent adequate wireless internet access and/or reduce accuracy of smartphones' GPS while on the trail. Your location on the map may therefore not be precisely accurate if tracking your progress directly on the trail.