We’re all quite aware that Miami and Miami Beach are deep in the process of phase 1 re-opening, but with the new restrictions, our fitness game will still not be the same. Some of us might actually have gotten used to our adapted at-home workout routines and daily walks. Well, since there is still an air of uncertainty everywhere, one thing is for certain: our city has quite a few beautiful paths to walk along that are definitely open. Check them out:

Bal Harbour Trail

This 4-mile walking path takes you from the pristine beachfront hotels of Bal Harbour, through Surfside, North Beach and back. A nice and easy loop, you’ll see nice views of the ocean, dunes, and more.

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Old Cutler Trail

Starting in Coco Plum, this historical trail comes out to a little over 13 miles total. Walk along one of the city’s oldest roads and veer into the many natural escapes along the way like Matheson Hammock and Fairchild Tropical Garden.

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The Venetian Causeway

Did you know that there are 11 Venetian Islands? Thanks to this bridge built in 1927, you can wind and weave along this 12-bridge path and explore the many beautiful houses, breathtaking bay views, and connect downtown to Miami Beach.

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Coconut Grove & Brickell

If you were to park your car at the start of S. Miami Avenue in Brickell and make your way to Coconut Grove, you could give yourself a gorgeous near 10-mile walk. You’d walk along S Bayshore Drive past Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, David T. Kennedy Park, the beautiful banyans along Main Highway, and deep into the oldest neighborhood in Miami.

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Miami Riverwalk

The Miami River is possibly one of the least admired landmarks that this city has to offer and the Miami Riverwalk expansion project has been sitting in limbo for years. However, you can get a tease of what a full walkway along the river would feel like from Bayfront Park to one block west of the South West 2nd Street bridge.

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South Beach

Whether it’s the cement promenade starting from South Pointe Park to 5th ST, the weaving walkways in Lummus Park, or the boardwalk, you can traverse some of Miami Beach’s most beautiful architecture in on easy trail.

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Alhambra in Coral Gables

The City Beautiful boasts quite a few marvelous walks, even just getting lost among its luscious streets might be enough. But Alhambra Circle is its best kept secret. From Le Jeune to UM, you can pass the Granada Golf Course, historical estates, and even a lighthouse that never saw the ocean.

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