Mount Misery via Fairhaven Trail

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Mount Misery via Fairhaven Trail is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Concord, Massachusetts that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and nature trips.

Length6.2 miElevation gain488 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsRunningForestRiverWildlife
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Sarah Paniati
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HikingIcySnow

Love this trail! Went the morning after we got a few inches and it was blanketed in white. Beautiful. Trail was mostly broken by XC skiers but there were a few parts that weren’t. Wore microspikes and was fine, it wasn’t super slippery but there could have been some ice under the snow.

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Abhishek Gwal
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Atticus Scout
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HikingGreat!

Favorite hike in the area. Had the entire trail to myself. Interesting and peaceful.

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Katie Guarino
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HikingGreat!
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Jim O'Donnell
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Hiking

Lovely chilly foggy morning. Still have never seen the Sudbury River. Also took a side hike around Walden Pond for fun.

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Mindy Marchetti
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Christine Smith
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Robert Mackin
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HikingGreat!

Added the Pond Loop around Walden Pond to make this about 8 miles. Well worth it. Parking lot was full, with cars on the road by 8:30 AM

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Andrew Giambarba
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Andrew Giambarba
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Lauryn Cannon
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Hiking

Great trail! Lots to see, several horses & dogs. Trail map was useful as some portions are not clearly marked.

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Timothy Langlois
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Hiking

Trail was very flat, lots of sign for ticks and not a lot of elevation. Good for a nature walk

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George Cole
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HikingGreat!

Yes, download some tracks to follow as there are many trails thru the area. Someone has done a stellar job cleaning all of the blowdown from the past several weeks. Was gale force gusty but no issues as most everything had been brought down by previous storms.

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Lilian Dolbier
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Tara Carnright
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WalkingGreat!

Such a pretty walk in the woods, especially in the fall! Not too crowded on a weekend though the lot was full. Poorly marked but AllTrails fixes that. Can’t wait to come back and trail run in these woods!

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Vicky Gauthier
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. There were a lot of folks with dogs off leash today.

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Sean McLaughlin
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tom Iannetti
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Hiking

Good trail. Not much for signage. Just use the app and you’ll be ok. Lots of side and connector trails to explore. Good for dogs. A few groups of horses were walking through

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Jennifer Toomey
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Alexandre Kaspar
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Marie S
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Really picturesque throughout. Some small hills. Very well marked. Few mosquitoes at this time. Not many people.

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Vicky Gauthier
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Beautiful

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Emory Holmes
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Running

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Natalie M
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HikingBugs

the trails themselves we're good, not nearly as trafficked as I was expecting which was great, but the intersections aren't marked super well and there were definitely TONS of bugs...kept having to pick them out of my eye lashes

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Shaun Sántos
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HikingBugs

River is pretty dried up, a lot of bug. Do not forget bug spray.

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Nancy Felsheim
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Hiking

Lots to see on these trails. You go from views of the river (Sudbury) to woodland, wetlands, a horse farm and farm lands. There’s a nice climb to the top of Mt. Misery which is more like a hill and toward the end you brush by Walden Pond. The trails are wide and not too rocky nor full of tree roots. No bugs either! GPS helps to stay on the mapped route as it’s pretty easy to get off course in some places.

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Susan Buta
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HikingBugs

Relatively flat and well maintained, this is a nice hike through several forest ecosystems and marshlands. We took the hike clockwise and were glad as the trail follows the Sudbury river and provides some obstructed water views. Mt Misery had a nice wood teepee on top so that part is nice for families. There were some opportunities to go down to the water we did not take.

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Alyssa F
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Very nice trail loop; decent views and it isn’t overly strenuous.

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