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No Earphones Needed: Enjoy the Island's Sights & Sounds While Hiking or Biking  

Few countries can be traversed in a day by bicycle; fewer still on foot. But following Bermuda's cross-island Railway Trail, you can do just that. You can also explore quiet trails in Tom Moore's Jungle or scramble over rocks near John Smith’s Bay or Astwood Cove. No matter what path you choose, you'll get up-close to the sights, sounds, aromas and rhythms of island life. So leave your earphones in your room and experience Bermuda's mystique in dialect, birdsong and surf.    

Hiking & Biking Highlights

Hit the island's lush trails to enjoy flowering pink oleander hedges and waterside views you can't reach from a scooter, bus or taxi. The historic Railway Trail snakes through tranquil landscapes and along stunning rocky coastline, offering panoramic vistas. Many other trails are waiting to be discovered, too. Average annual temperatures are cycling and hiking-friendly, but it's best to avoid the mid-day heat in summer. 

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Hiking & Biking Listings

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Admiralty House Park

Spanish Point Rd., Pembroke

Hamilton & Central Bermuda | Nature Reserves | Historic Buildings & Landmarks | Hiking & Walking

Find walking trails, ruins, underground tunnels and a secluded beach ringed with limestone cliffs at this small park...

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Elbow Beach Cycles

60 South Rd., Elbow Beach Bermuda, Paget

Hamilton & Central Bermuda | Motor Scooters | Cycling

Explore the less-travelled roads and trails of Bermuda with a scooter or bike rental from Elbow Beach Cycles. This...

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