Costa Rica has several attractions featuring "hanging" bridges, with the Monteverde region having the largest number to choose from. Depending on the location, they can range from wide, static, elevated walkways to narrow, suspension bridges. Generally interspersed into hiking trail systems, these bridges can give you a bird's eye view over forested valley below, unobstructed scenic views and a sense of fun adventure. Usually, the hiking trails are not strenuous and are less than 2-3 miles in length. These attractions are a fun way to add a unique element to what would otherwise be just a rainforest hike. Due to their length and topography, this may not be the best choice for families with small children. In addition, not all locations are "stroller friendly".