This is merely one potential scenario in a trail system that comprises 28 miles—on an island of 10 square miles a dozen miles out in the Atlantic. With its undulating topography and green hills rolling toward an azure sea, Block Island has been called "the Bermuda of the North." Indeed, The Nature Conservancy deemed Block Island one of the "Last Great Places."
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–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2011