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do hiking and newport go together?

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We are going to spend 3 days in Newport RI in April. On previous trips, we've enjoyed; Cliff Walk, Breakers, Marble House, Tennis Hall of Fame, the wharf and Thames St, vineyards, Fort Adams State Park, the Ocean Drive-the regular attractions.
We are looking to add more of a hike-type experience to our stay. I did come across Norman Bird Sanctuary, and am wondering if anyone knows about their hiking trails. Or, can you Newport-ites recommend some other places to go for a 2-3 hour hike? We have a car, and we are fit.
Maybe we should rent bikes and go...where? (nothing too strenuous please!)
Thank you, as always for your great advice.

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