Cliff Walk Interactive Map Instructions
Track Your Way Along The Walk
[Beta 3.0]
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       By using Google Maps you are able to use a smart device such as an Android or iPhone to track where you are along the Cliff Walk trail.

There are five segments to the walk:

1. Memorial Blvd. to Forty Steps [Blue Line] This is the best route for a calm walk, jog or run as this segment is entirely paved with no steps.

2. Forty Steps to Ruggles Ave. [Gold Line] This is the best segment to see mansions up close as it runs along the Breakers and wanders over the open campus of Salve Regina University with its Vinland and Orche Court mansions.

3. Ruggles Ave. to Belmont Beach. [Purple Line] On days with a bit of wave coming in, this allows a cautious person to get up close to the ocean.

4. Belmont Beach to Ledge Rd. [Red Line] This is the most difficult and longest segment of the walk with ungrarded rock climbing sections over unmarked trail. This section is the most dangerous, but still a very popular challenge. The objective is to get to the Bridge at Rough Point.

5. Ledge Rd. to Reject's Beach at Bellevue Ave. [Green Line] While there is some ledge trekking, this segment is relatively good and certainly beats walking back to Bellevue Ave. on Ledge Rd. If you have survived Segment 4 ... this is not a problem.

This App does use up battery so keep that in mind.

      Here is what you need to do:
1. You need an active Google Account. Click here to do that.
2. Make sure you have the free Google Map App installed from your phone's App store ... and GPS ON in your device.
3. Add Maps to the Google Maps App on your Phone by following this link, confirm that you have these two maps shown, then click "Save to Drive." You can add maps to your Google Map App from your desktop.
4. Open Map on Phone -- hitting the Google Map icon open the Google Map App.
5. Once in Google Maps go to "Your Places"
if you don't get this page ... click and hold left side of screen and slide right ... or touch the gray box in the top left corner.

6. Select the map in this next window
by scrolling down to "maps" and click on that map.
Unfortunately they like to insert a lot
of "other stuff" before you find your maps.
7. The next screen should be your map
and somewhat look like this.

8. Pick a spot to navigate to ... and press the blue arrow.
11. Good Luck and remember this is a Beta version ... we are always open to input.
Thanks ... the Team

v.7.21.2015 copyright and Newport, RI 02840 and Naples, FL 34102
Base Maps are completely credited to Google.
This Newport Harbor Walk website remains under construction.
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