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This is the less crowded side of the Inner Harbor away from all the shops and attractions. You do have to be careful as it is brick, so every once in a while there is one that juts up and you might stub your toe.
This trail starts on the far side of the Inner Harbor past the Science Center. It wanders along the waterfront, through a residential section before it comes to a stop.
The nice thing about this trail is that it is not nearly as crowded as the other side of the harbor, where all the tourist attractions and hotels are. Of course, the best way to get there is by foot, which means you have to brave the crowds.
This path, like any other within the Inner Harbor, is best done early morning or early evening after the crowds have died down a little. This is especially true the summer months.
Shared By: Peter Magnuson