Explore the most popular 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.

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hiking
18 hours ago

Easy, Peaceful Walk. It can, at times, be a bit crowded and there’s always the doggie “land mines” to look out for. Most people do pick up after themselves though.

mountain biking
20 hours ago

Great MTB trails and awesome pump track. The good mountain bike trails can be difficult to find but after a couple of trips it is easy to get the lay of the land.

hiking
1 day ago

on Doanes Falls

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Good strenuous hike! The Seven Sisters part of the trail (approx 12 miles) was a calf/thigh buster...step inclines/declines with lots of rock hopping. Starts off will a steep slope which is pretty much what your in for for the rest of the hike. Approx. 2 - 4” of packed snow and ice throughout the trail (12/15/2017). Take good traction. I did the M&M trail part and then had problems finding the loop at the end...before you approach the stairs headed up to Skinner State Park lookout bare to the right. I also did a few easy trails by the parking area at Holyoke Range State Park parking area...total 17 miles. Overall great workout and awesome hike!

Love this trail. Has a little bit of everything—meadow, beach, and forest. Muddy after rainy weather and irresponsible dog owners don’t bother to clean up their dog’s business.

One of the most beautiful trails I've walked. it's a tiny amount of space but feels much larger. There is a giant old tree that stretches very wide and holds the sky up.

mountain biking
3 days ago

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