This wilderness hiking trail has only one trailhead, so you're looking at an in and out backcountry trek. The total elevation difference for this wilderness hiking trail is 633 feet which is lower than average. At parts of the year this area sees very little rain, so do check for current fire restrictions before you go if you plan to bring a stove or make a camp fire. There's not much difference in elevation along Devils Hole Ridge Trail which means the conditions are about the same from start to finish. Now, this is roughly a 3-day backcountry trek, so it's a good thing if your backpack is big enough to do the job. Keep in mind that this is a long trail, so don't forget to pack enough supplies. With its 19.2 miles of walking distance; it's considered a longer walk.