Noanet Peak Loop Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dover, Massachusetts that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.

Length3.2 miElevation gain492 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestViewsWildflowers
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Alvin Menon
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Alvin Menon
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Matt Borsuk
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It'd be much nicer with less traffic. There are plenty of trails with varying degrees of difficulty. Unfortunately, that didn't help much in a time when the entire country is tired of being sequestered at home. The place was a zoo.

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Patrick Browne
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Love this place, it’s history and views. On a mild New Year’s Day it was quite crowded. But always a nice place for a walk/hike

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William Carr
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Lotsa of dogs off leash.

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Laine Banks
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Anita Allison
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Crowded parking lot. Pretty heavily trafficked around the parking lot and a little on trails. Really beautiful though!

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Jeff okay
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Well marked and maintained, with very visible blazes and maps at key trail intersections. Perfect in the snow, even if I was jealous of the cross country skiiers. We took some detours (lots of other trails around) and skipped the peak due to poor visibility.

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Patrick Browne
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Outstanding. One of the best hikes I’ve taken in the Boston area. The trustees of reservations beautifully maintains the Noanet Woodlands with plenty of signage and clear blazes. I started on the adjacent Hale property to hike to Powisset and Strawberry hill. The Hale property is not as well-maintained but there’s a nice view from Powisset Hill. The historic Ironmill site with interpretive signage on the Noanet property is fascinating. And Noanet peak is just a beautiful spot to sit. First-rate.

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Robin Bornstein
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Icy today!!

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A M
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Steve Williams
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Neil Inbackbay
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I parked in the $5 lot. I had to walk to the road and walk 100 yards to get to the start of this trail. Climbing in late November there were Lots of wet leaves. But, right off you start climbing and reaching Powissett Peak. It’s a little tough to find the path to reach the peak. When you get to the Peak there are Lots of blue spray paint on rocks. This is first of two peaks. For this particulate trail it was easy to find yourself looking for the tail because there aren’t a ton of markers. This trail goes from blue to yellow to orange and then some off the map trails. When you reach the second peak Noanet, you have to move to the front and look to the left to see the Boston skyline. There were several people up there but there’s still plenty of space to SD. When you’re hiking near the pond, that’s when to keep an eye out for the stone bridge next to the pond. There were also mallard ducks in the pond. This particular trail translated into about 60 flights of stairs in my Apple Watch. You could wear sneakers, but there were some large puddles on the trail from previous nights rain that hiking boots make easier. The trail was lightly traveled in a Tuesday but the parking lot was almost full by 10:00 am.

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Steve Williamson
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Beth Guerrera
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Great little trails every where you can get lost but not if you have this app open, it shows all trails . Parking is tight on a busy day but just keep driving there are little pockets of parking. We loved it trails are well used but we barely came across people . Bikers are here too but they are polite . We will be back

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Mike D'Agostino
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Fun trail

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Eliot Lees
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Jack Mancini
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Great wide open train, nice views

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Tyler McGeehan
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Kim Ma
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Pretty easy walk/hike. Well maintained trails with easy to read markers and convenient maps placed along trails. A little rocky and root-y in some areas but overall a nice causal outing with not too many people (except at the peak).

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Laura Farlow
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Well marked and there is a map at the beginning. I wouldn't necessarily follow the trail on here though, it might be old. Beautiful view at the peak.

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Mike Gillis
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Kevin Ryan
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Went during late October after first snow and post-peak.

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Naomi Jennings
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HikingGreat!

The trails were moderately difficult to walk on. Wide enough to social distance and plenty of options to make it either a short or a long walk and work out. The vista was pretty with a large rocky ledge to either sit and relax or picnic on. Lots of people and dogs but never felt over crowded as there was plenty of paths to take.

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Pedro Calmell
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Ela Kaplan
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Great short trail. It can get a bit busy on the weekends. Signs are great and the plants are not too overgrown so you’ll be fine in an old pair of sneakers.

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Tim McKenna
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Jahred User
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