Bermuda used to have a railway that served the island's eastern
and western cities between 1931 and 1948, but in 1984, the
government opened the Bermuda Railway Trail as a public walking
trail and bridle path. A great way to spend a few hours with the
kids, the trail can also be cycled, ridden on horseback or even
roller-bladed in certain areas. This 21-mile (35km) trail is a
great way to see the island's natural flora and fauna and to
experience some breathtaking views and do a spot of bird watching.
Organised walking tours available.
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