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One of the outermost lights on the Cape, Wood End Light has been a beacon of light for a long time. It continues to draw the attention of boaters to the inherent dangers of shallow water while providing guidance into the Provincetown Harbor. Its squat ,white base and black cap project a sense of sturdy calm in the midst of... 更多
Walking along the breakers isn't easy, but isn't too difficult either. Make sure you go at low tide so you see the surrounding salt marsh. We did this walk on a cloudy non-beach day and absolutely loved it. Plus it's totally free and the beach is just as nice as what you'll get at the national seashore (which costs $20---FYI... 更多
A group of us walked the rock wall across from Provincetown Inn. At the end of the wall you have to jump to the sand and hike up to the lighthouse. Then you can go beyond to the ocean. It's beautiful but took about 45 minutes to an hour walking across big boulders. Watch the time because the water rises... 更多
Take a walk over the breakwaters to reach the beach and lighthouse. It will take close to 45 mins (one way). Make sure of the tide timings. We were advised to go only during low tide and come back before high tide. The water starts rising very fast one the tide sets in. So carefully time your visit.
Very fun walking right up to an old lighthouse right on the beach. It still lights at night, but it just sits there locked up, looks abandoned, surrounded by sand and grass. You can walk up to it but that's about it.
As the other reviews attest, it is quite a long walk over the tidebreakers and across the sand on the other side to get to the lighthouse but worth every second of it. The walk across the tidebreakers calls for good shoes (which I did not wear)- some of the rocks are fairly steep. Once on the other side, it's... 更多
Lighthouse closed but the hike to it across the breakwater is worth it anyway. (Unless your main desire is to... 更多
Recommended to wear good walking and non-slipping shoes. A beautiful leisure walk on granite boulders (not quite a mile) over... 更多
My husband and I started out early in the morning (low tide) across the large rocks (tidebreaker). It took us... 更多