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Mckenzie Gould reviewed Medfield Conservation Land
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Kate King reviewed Donibristle Reservation
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Flat easy walk. Limited parking.

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Robert Greenhalge reviewed Tupelo Trail Loop
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Alden Wansor reviewed Round Mountain Loop
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Nice easy trail with a good atmosphere!

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Beautiful trails with lots of wildlife. Feeding the birds is really fun.

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Sebastian Rivas reviewed John Little Conservation Area
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Time Bandit reviewed Hickey and Peeskawso Peak Trail
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4, maybe even 5 stars if you take Hickey to Devil’s Pulpit and back the same way AND if you come in the middle of the week. Otherwise, too crowded and lots of car noise on the other part of the loop. The trail itself is well-worn in places but pretty and the geology with all the outcrops and all the quarzite is very cool. Nice change from the basalt and trap rock I've been travelling on. My mom filled a whole bag of trash. Humans, seriously!!! Don’t leave your clothes, masks, and food wrappers on trails. One lady was wearing so much perfume all 300 million of my olfactory receptors went crazy for 1/4 mile. It's hard to smell white pine needles when my nose is on fire. Then some old guy taking a pee at the summit right on the trail. Seriously humans it’s not hard to be civil like a border collie.

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Travers Charron reviewed Bentley Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!

Nice varied trail with areas of inclines, and flattened stretches. Scenery of fields, ponds, and wooded areas. Some intersecting trails that can add confusion when blue blazes are not evident. All Trails is extremely helpful in this situation. Coming in just under 4 miles this is a pleasant hike. One of my favorites.

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William Rutherford reviewed Mount Toby Trail
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HikingGreat!

Did this as an out and back up the steep trail. A hard climb, but the views from the fire tower are worth the effort.

moderate hike with lots of roots. not much to look at and dogs off leash. wont be back.

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Sara Bee reviewed Roaring Brook
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Nice trail but definitely not roaring in September. There were lots of trees down & while most could be navigated around, there is one 3/4th of the way up that wasn't.

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mary carberry reviewed Blackstone Gorge Trail
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Bill Rotondi reviewed Cook Conservation Area Loop
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Penny Lacroix reviewed Hermann Orchard Trail
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This has the potential to be a beautiful loop trail. But right now (Sept 2020) it is terribly overgrown and full of poison ivy. We worked out way along the access trail (through a downed tree) to the loop, but didn't dare to through the field. Home to give the dogs a bath with PI soap.

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Dev Shea reviewed Robb's Hill
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Hiking

Not the best, but not the worst. The trails weren’t clearly marked so is definitely easy to go off the main trail. The bugs were awful, which really ruined the experience.

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Mountain bikingGreat!

has it all. technical single-track. rocks. doubletrack, climbs, rocks, switchback, downhill, speed, rock features

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Robert Greenhalge reviewed F. Gilbert Hills State Forest Loop Trail
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Eduardo Eduardo Saavedra reviewed Rocky Brook and South New England Railway Loop
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Anna Novosadova reviewed Monument Mountain Summit
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HikingFeeGreat!

Overall a pretty easy/moderate trail. VERY HIGH TRAFFIC!!! BUT a beautiful view at the top.

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Lindsay Eisan reviewed Ashuwillticook Rail Trail
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Hiking

As a beginner it was perfect. Very scenic, easy to ride, and well maintained.

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Kelly Sherwin reviewed Ames Nowell State Park Trails
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Jackie Herock reviewed Blackstone Gorge Trail
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HikingRocky

Surprisingly nice, for me. I like a trail with rocks and roots. It made me slow down to enjoy the sounds and views. A little bit of everything. My dog always loves water, as do I. It's a sensory delight. Impossible to get lost with the sound of the river always near.

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Emily McLean reviewed Hickey and Peeskawso Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!

Second time doing this hike, first time doing it with my dog. Devil’s pulpit has great views. The trail is in good shape, no loose rocks from what I could see, even at the scrambly parts. Fun and just challenging enough to make for an interesting morning. Do be aware that there’s a $5 parking fee at the trailhead!

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JC M. reviewed Long Pond Trail
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