There’s virtually nowhere on the islands that you can’t walk. Most people take to the main roads – watch out for the traffic – and, of course, there are a great number of beaches and parks that are open to the public. In addition, many of the Tribe Roads provide access to parts of Bermuda that are rarely seen by the visitor, and the Railway Trail offers a special hiking experience that will take you from one end of the island to the other. For detailed walks and tours, see:
Note: Be sure to wear reflective gear if you intend towalk after dark. The main roads are often narrowandincludemanyquick, blind curves.
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