Explore the most popular Mountain Biking 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.

I have completed the majority of this trail in sections from Franklin to the Douglas/Connecticut line.
In May I plan on completing the entire trail in one day.
If anyone wants to join me, please let me know.
binerman@yahoo.com

Nice short walk,did this 3/18/19
trail was a little icy but thats to be expected this time of year.Osgood hill was sunny.lots of friendly people with their unleashed dogs,I guess people with dogs cant read !

Nice trail. Not marked well on several legs.

Great with a dog!

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

Went on a pretty nice walk with my dog. Well marked trails, saw a few other dogs on walk, but not crowded. Parking is 5 dollars, unless you are a member, but it goes to maintaining the park. I did see a horseback rider on the trail, which my dog is not a huge fan. Very muddy, happy I wore waterproof footwear.

horseback riding
muddy
snow
2 days ago

Lots of cool features. Dogs can be off leash, you are allowed one per hand. The kiosk has a lot of info including maps and some of the main features also have informational packets when you get to them.

hiking
2 days ago

Trail is great for a "walk in the woods" fix. Took about 3.5 hours including a snack break. Trail is not very difficult, moderate at best. It is not super well marked in some areas, but if you pay attention you should be alright. On March 16, there were some areas with soft ice and slush. They were easy enough to navigate with regular hiking boots.

walking
4 days ago

Flat lots of dogs and ......

hiking
muddy
snow
4 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

Nice trail; glad we wore our yaktraks - made the steeper places easier to navigate. We found the trail markers to be clear, plus there are maps available at the start

hiking
muddy
snow
washed out
5 days ago

Nice winter hike!

Excellent circuit of narrow trails. Lots of bikers left when we arrived and didn’t see anyone else in there until we got to the parking lot. Beautiful snowy day

I went yesterday 3/9 and the trails were in great shape, especially for snowshoeing and XC skiing. Right before dusk, it was beautiful and quiet - only saw three people in the 2 hours I spent there. Props to the Trustees for maintenance. It looked like they’d made significant improvements to signage since I’d been there about a month ago. Trails were very well marked and easy to follow.

Great circuit of trails, lots of options to make the hike more than an out and back

I didn’t actually finish the whole thing because of the sunset. But what I went through was beautiful!!

hiking
snow
14 days ago

Cross countried this trail today in both sides of the river. Snow was just right for skiing. Quite beautiful. River was partially frozen but still flowing gently.

hiking
14 days ago

great trail to bring the kids along

snowshoeing
snow
14 days ago

Great day for a snowshoe in the woods.

Not the best marked trail but a nice moderate walk in the woods. If you don’t have GPS don’t go far in the winter.

hiking
snow
17 days ago

Great hike. The full 12 miles goes from Quincy to blue hills Eliot tower and back and takes at least 5-6 hours (6-7 in the snow). Mostly up and down if you stay on the trail. If you get halfway and want an easy option back there are many ways to do this too.

hiking
snow
22 days ago

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