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walk from epcot to the studios?

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    Is this possible and if so anyone know how long it would take approximately?
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    Not sure it is without walking accross carparks etc - I always found getting around on foot quite tricky - I suppose I wqould walk from epcot to the swolphin and then get the boat from there to the studios - I find the last bit the most difficult bit to do
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    If you leave Epcot from the International Gateway and walk past BC and YC you can follow the road along the canal to the Studios. It's probably about a 1/2 hour walk which isn't great in the heat of the day but it really is a lovely walk along the water. We never bother with the boat because unless it's actually coming, we can get nearly always get to the studios before it comes.
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    There is a very well marked and lighted path that runs from EPCOT past the Boardwalk, Beach and Yacht Club and Swan and Dolphin Hotels to DHS. On a not to hot day it is a nice walk, but there is no, or limited shade. There is also a motor launch that travels between the two.
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    It is a very pleasant walk too, but as others have said, not one to do when the sun is beating down on you!
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    You can easily walk out of the IG, taking a left at the top of the hill, over the bridge heading for the boardwalk. :yes:

    Once you come to the end of the building's by Jellyroll's take another left and simply follow that concrete walkway all the way to DHS. :yes: It's not long, tops maybe 20 minutes? :unsure: (I am a lousy guess of time). It takes about 30 minutes by ferry, and I've made it before the ferry, so that's why I'm guessing 20 minutes.

    We like the walk. :yes:
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    Its a nice walk but not one to do in the summer months. We generally take the boat across from Epcot to HS.

    Margaret
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    We did this walk when we stayed at Boardwalk last year. It took about a half hour. And the walk takes less time than the boat..really it does.. It is a very nice, well lit path, but it can also be terribly hot during the heat of the day..

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