This place is absolutely breathtaking. Located near the Glass Window Bridge you need good shoes to hike out to it. You could swim in some of the holes but we saw sea urchins so just admired them instead of soaking. They have been there longer than me! A beautiful, desolate, place where you can just imagine what it must be... 更多
Parking is bad. Went by a half a dozen times and there was always a line of cars waiting to park. It is in a neighborhood and there are no parking signs all over. We parked a mile away and walked in. It had been raining and the trail was slippery and muddy. Once down to the rocks it was... 更多
My boyfriend and I found this just driving down the road. We hiked up some rocks and found the most amazing site. We saw another couple jumping off one of the rocks in to the ocean and then climbing back up, something we would never do. The water was amazing and you could see little fish swimming the the dwells... 更多
Look for the Heritage Site sign just before you get to the Glass Window Bridge. To view and enjoy this natural wonder, requires a little climbing, make sure you wear the proper shoes and bring water. It is all worth the work.
I biked here in the morning and took a quick look around, Sure - it's cool to see the atlantic coming in and filling the baths - but you have to be careful and probably not great for small kids. Doesn't take long to see (look for the stone entrance about a mile before the Glass bridge) but was neat.
This land mark is very interesting to see and get to. Go to the "pull off" area where it says historical site. Once you make your way down to the baths is is incredible to look at. The pics of people in the bath though did not come true for us. There were tons of baby sea urchins everywhere. So... 更多
1st off, go right. You'll hear the Bath and you'll try to go towards it - don't. The path to the left is very rough, craggy, kinda dangerous. It's VERY much easier to turn right (along the sandy wide path and then loop around to your left in a big wide and much smoother arc). You can thank me later.... 更多
Located just off the highway near the Glass Window bridge you will find the Queens Bath nestled within the cliffs. A quick walk down the trail gets you to the top. It requires a trek down the rocks to get to the baths so be careful. Proper footwear a MUST as true for most exploring on the island. Depending on... 更多
We went quite early in the morning so the water was not too warm yet but was lovely and refreshing. The hike to the baths takes about 5 minutes and I would say the difficulty level of the hike was about a 3 or 4. Running shoes made it easier for the hike, but I would highly recommend water shoes... 更多