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Biking on Cape Cod

Cape Cod Canal Bikeway

The Cape Cod Canal bikeway goes through sections of Bourne and Sagamore, respectively. It offers fantastic views of the canal’s various boat traffic, the bridge’s vehicle traffic and the area’s quaint shoreline scenery of unique homes and natural beauty.

Cape Cod Rail Trail

The Cape Cod Rail Trail is a 25 mile long trail running up the center of the Cape from Dennis to South Welfleet. You will find salt marshes, ponds, a few ocean views, tunnels, bridges and a connection to Nickerson State Park. There are even places to get lunch along the way. It was constructed in place of a former Cape Cod railway system.

Falmouth Shining Sea Trail

The Shinning Sea Trail in Falmouth is a four mile trail that winds along the coast, through marshes, and through a bird sanctuary. It follows the original route of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad that used to run from Buzzards Bay, through North and West Falmouth, around Woods Hole and into Falmouth Station. While you ride along the coastline enjoy the view of Martha’s Vineyard on the horizon.

Cape Cod National Seashore

The Cape Cod National Seashore bikepaths consist of three seperate trails in the towns of Eastham, Truro and Provincetown. In Eastham, the Nauset Trail runs from Route 6 to Coast Guard Beach through oak and pine forests and Nauset Marsh. The Head of the Meadow Trail, in Truro, skirts the edge of a freshwater marsh and provides glimpses of the marsh and dunes. In Provincetown, the Province Lands Bike Trail is a five mile loop, offering a hilly trail winding among beech and oak forests, sand dunes and freshwater ponds.


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