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Nature at it's Finest!

We hiked the scenic coastal area of Crossing Place Trail starting from Dragon Cay Resort (formerly... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2018
Great coast walk!

If you’re looking for a walk/hike that’s not directly on the beach, this is it. We started from... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2018
Marcia S
Annapolis, Maryland
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Conch Bar, Middle Caicos
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

We hiked the scenic coastal area of Crossing Place Trail starting from Dragon Cay Resort (formerly Blue Horizon). Beach after beach, blowholes and towering limestone cliffs. There's a short paved path from the resort then it gets rough just after the stairs down to the...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

If you’re looking for a walk/hike that’s not directly on the beach, this is it. We started from Mudgin Bar & Grill. Spectacular views although the terrain was challenging at times as you had to walk on the uneven, pitted limestone.

Thank Marcia S
Reviewed 16 March 2018

Beautiful maintained cobblestone (well, it's all coral and shells, etc) walkway down the coast of the Conch Bar area. Great views and reminds you more of a cliff-riddled seascape in the UK or Iceland than the coast of a Caribbean island. Worth a stroll for...More

Thank Josh H
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Great short hike uphill from the Mudjin Beach restaurants and the beach itself, yields a wonderful view of the plateau that is the "top" of the island. There is a nice little spot to sit and take it all in, and the path os well...More

Thank Bill C
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Great hiking from the Mudjin Blue Horizon Resort. The view of the water from the trail is exceptional! You really need good thick sole shoes to hike or walk the trail because the stones are sharp. A few meters away from the paved trail is...More

Thank wottarrys
Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

We had lunch at Mudjin Cafe and then afterwards discovered the path leading up to the look out area. Then trail then takes you to a hidden stairway that leads down into a cave then out to a private beach. It was truly amazing to...More

Thank Alanandjeant
Reviewed 21 February 2017

We spent about three hours hiking Crossing Place Trail on a cloudy day in February. We started at Blue Horizon Resort and headed northwest towards Blowing Hole. There were four of us in the group and only one of us actually made it to the...More

Thank 661lori
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Nice views of ocean and beaches. From Mudjin Blue Horizon Resort there is access. Along the trail close to the resort there is a set of stairs that leads down to a small beach area between cliffs. Very nice. The rocks are sharp so need...More

Thank karen_from_ontario
Reviewed 18 January 2017

We drove to Blue Horizon resort entrance and then parked where marked "beach parking": walked down to the trail where you could go down to the Mudjin Bar & Grill or the beach or walk the trails which are above the beach. The beach @...More

Thank Loretta L
Reviewed 14 January 2017

We started at the Blue Horizon Resort. The first part is basically pavement but then the trail disappears. We plowed through the scrub for a mile or so then decided that was enough. There really is no trail. Just find a way through the bushes....More

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