As promised in our post on Nebo Loop Scenic Byway, here are images of Devil's Kitchen. Devil's Kitchen is a group of red rock formations, hoodoos, that can be seen and accessed via Nebo Loop. It is appropriately nicknamed Mini Bryce Canyon. If you've ever visited Bryce or seen any photos of Bryce, you can easily see the similarity.
We approached from the south and had glimpses of what we would find at the Devil's Kitchen overlook. The red rocks stand out against the dark green pines and can be seen across the way from another view point.
There is a small trail that leads from the Devil's Kitchen overlook. It took us closer to the formations. The trail was dry when we were there over July 4th weekend and temperatures were hot. It was a bit steep but several kids and a small dog climbed down and back up with only some heavy panting and sweating. I imagine the trail would be more difficult if wet and slick.
As always, travel with water and sun screen. Wear protective clothing. Beware of your surroundings - don't get lost! And, of course, bring your camera and share your images with others.