If you visit Ogunquit, Maine, then you must walk the Marginal Way.

The Marginal Way isn't that long — only 1.25 miles each way.

During the walk you'll experience breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.

And if you need to take a break, there are benches scattered along the cliff walk.

Some overlook the nearby beaches in Ogunquit.

If you walk the Marginal Way at low tide, you'll be able to walk down to a private-like beach.

After Sept. 30, you can bring your dogs with you on the Marginal Way. Please pick up after them. 💩

However, bicycles and other wheeled means of transport are always prohibited — except for strollers.

If you're worried about parking, you can always take the Ogunquit Trolley to the Marginal Way entrance.

For more information about walking the Marginal Way in Ogunquit, tap "Learn more" below.