Explore the best snowshoeing trails in Massachusetts with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Took roaring brook trail from the parking then veered onto Stony Ledge trail to the Vista. Stony Ledge trail is pretty steep in spots. Was about a foot of heavy wet snow so snowshoes were a must. Took Sperry road back to the Roaring brook trail which brought me back to the parking lot. Great hike on a beautiful day. Looking forward to doing it again in the summer and fall.

Nice winter hike to the summit! Shorter route is mountain house trail at end of Gregory road! Straight 1 mile up to top.

snowshoeing
10 days ago

This place is a nice, easy hike/trip. There are a few different trails that can be picked. More info can be found by looking up Feild Farm on thetrustees.org as this is one of their properties. They have trail maps available there. When you turn down Sloan Rd you will drive for a bit and the property is on the right. You will turn down the driveway and then follow the sign for the trail parking. It is a small parking lot (maybe 5 cars). The little pond is nice. I picked this place because it was the first time I had ever gone snowshoeing so I wanted someplace with mostly flat land but some small hills. This place was a perfect place for me.

hiking
13 days ago

a favorite place, many Indian rock sites, the land speaks of them still

trail running
14 days ago