As the walk passes through the National Historic District, you'll see some of the city's notable mansions on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. The North End is the only area accessible by strollers or wheelchairs, and it's the safest place for small children. Stick to the section between Ruggles and Narraganset Avenuesyou'll know you're there when you reach the Forty Steps section (which is just what you'd imagine). Meagan Francis
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- For detailed maps with information about safety and conditions, visit www.cliffwalk.com.
- Walkers only please: No bicycles are allowed on the Cliff Walk.
- Watch out for poison ivy in some of the heavily vegetated areas of the walk.
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- Take a coastal walk along this national recreation trail that is perhaps the most famed walk in Rhode Island.
- The trail is 3.5 miles in length and travels above cliffs that drop into the ocean. It follows a public right-of-way on private land; you'll view spectacular homes that complement the natural scenery.
- This is a Newport must-do. Most of the walk is easy, but be prepared for rock scrambling in certain areas.
Newport, Rhode Island 02840
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