Admiralty House Park
The Location: Admiralty House Park is a public park with a small beach and steep rock cliffs, about two miles from the capital city of Hamilton on the north shore of Bermuda — a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The Activity: Cliff jumping
Locals have been leaping from the rock cliffs at Admiralty House Park for as long as anyone can remember, but it’s remained mostly off the tourist radar. The rock formations range in height from small splash to certain death. Plan to go on a weekday when school is in session so you don’t have to jockey for position with students on the pint-sized cliffs. On the gnarly ledges, you may spot Mike Wilson, a former pro skier turned cliff jumping daredevil. Pay attention to where locals swim after they jump to identify the underwater entrance to a hidden cave that provides access back to the top.
What Else to Do: Admission to Admiralty House Park is free. Enjoy sweeping views from Dockyard to St. George’s from the hilltop, or take the meandering path down to Clarence Cove Beach, a sheltered spot with shallow, crystal-clear water that’s perfect for swimming and snorkeling. The dock at the northern end of the cove serves as a training ground for rock-cliff-divers-in-the-making.
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