I just went camping at Natural Bridge with my family over the weekend. The hike up to the Bridge was tough for the out-of-shape family members. There are a lot of steps and you are hiking up hill the majority of the way. Once you get to the top, you have to fit through a long but pretty narrow crevice/path between two rocks. The bridge itself is impressive and has great views from the bottom and top. It's really fun to photo-bomb in the back of stranger's photos pretending like you are falling off the side. Just be careful, because there are no rails and I'm guessing it would be pretty easy to fall. When you get to the top, you see a lot of nervous parents holding their kids with a death grip and repetitively screaming at them to stay away from the edge. On the way back, we took the Devil's Gulch trail and the scenery was awesome. There are a lot of steep steps going down, but it looked like a scene out of Jurassic Park.
If hiking is not your thing, you should try the Sky Lift. It was $11 round trip for adults and well worth the money. It's a pretty long ride and the views are nice. At one point, it looks like the cables go completely vertical along the rock, but somehow it manages to gently climb to the top. It's also fun to do a "scavenger hunt" looking for all of the weird things people drop as they ride. We saw quite a few stranded flip flops and hair tie rock.
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