One of the most iconic landmarks in Arizona lies in the Coconino National Forest, a stunning sandstone arch named the Devil’s Bridge in Sedona. It is one of the most frequently visited natural attractions in the Sedona area. The bridge is a large, red rock arch that spans a scenic canyon, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Visiting Devil’s Bridge in Sedona in the wintertime is a unique experience compared to other seasons. Sedona generally has a mild winter climate, with daytime temperatures ranging from the high 40s to low 60s. While snowfall is not common in the lower elevations, it can occur in the higher elevations, adding a touch of winter magic to the red rock scenery, and even then, it’s usually a mere dusting.
Before you start planning your hike to Devil’s Bridge, you’ll want to secure your lodging, and our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay. Watch from the private balcony of your guest suite as the sun rises and changes the colors of the fantastic Red Rocks surrounding Canyon Villa Inn. Even as you enjoy a delicious breakfast made just for you in our dining room, you can enjoy views of Castle Rock, the massive Courthouse Butte, and the iconic Bell Rock. Some mornings, the rocks are glistening from light overnight snow, giving a uniquely stunning view you wouldn’t see otherwise. Book your room today! Continue reading