Explore the most popular snowshoeing 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.

Beautiful water views. Perfect walking area for a dog.

2 days ago

Awesome 5+ mile loop! I have done Weir Hill countless times and recently tried Osgood Hill so today I put them together for my Philmont Prep Hike carrying 34 lbs. Pay attention when you leave the Weir Hill trail to Osgood Hill trail. There are no trail markings. Just follow the beaten down path along the lake until you pick up the trail markers at least 1/2 mile later. There are trail improvements so you know you are in a designated trail but no markers for a while. Decent elevation plus I love the 2 chair pasture setting that overlooks Lake Cochichewick.

Great quick hike beautiful waterfall. There was a dusting of snow there today

4 days ago

Nice quick hike with beautiful views of the valley.

on Tannery Falls Trail

5 days ago

Both roads to this trail are either closed or not maintained in the winter(Dec-May). Beware. I plan to go back in the spring time when the road looks better.

Have been here a few times. Always a great walk/hike. My dog loves it too!

The trail and surrounding woods was free of brush. Very enjoyable walk, fantastic older trees and rolling hills Highly recommended. As others have noted bring your GPS as the trail at times isn’t well marked

Surprisingly good views from the summit. Wasn’t expecting much, but this place is actually pretty cool. I recommend.

7 days ago

Well, five stars because I can walk to this trail from my house. However it is also a nice mix of forest lake and field, and none of the terrain is difficult. There are also a few access points to this loop

love this trail. lots to see. might bump into people on horses which is nice. always fun hiking there.

very beautiful views.

Good warm up trail

trail running
9 days ago

Beautiful, serene environment for a run. Went after a pretty heavy rain so it was a bit muddy but overall a nice little Figure 8 loop, well marked and only saw 2 other people during the whole 4 miles.

*careful on the wooden crossing bridges if they’re wet...you might slip and slide like I did*

great hike in early winter

Amazing hike up Mount Watatic, a little strenuous but a very nice view from the peak. You can even see the Boston Skyline from the top of the second peak

My favorite local trails and my dogs too.

13 days ago

Climbed to the top of Pine cobble in the early afternoon. The color was not spectacular, but a local woman told me later that this was the worst color season she has seen in the last 20 year.
The trail is well marked, a little rocky, but definitely a nice hike to view both N Adams and Williamstown.

Used to be a great place...Now it's gone to the Dogs and their owners who not only leave blue bags of Dog Shit all around the woods , in the pond , in Trees hanging from branches...But there own trash !!! its a total shame...It used to be a great place....

Great well marked trail. Just long and steep enough to feel like you accomplished a burger worthy hike. Cool features along the way including a throne, stainless steel dog bowls and lots of sticks. It would be nice if they added a hot tub at the summit.

Great dirt road, enough elevation change to make it aerobic and long enough to be fun. Lots of friendly people and dogs. Make sure you take a few of the side trails. Mammoth Rock is very interesting and Dean Pond is beautiful.

Great views, trails can get muddy, but it’s a great local hike and worth it.

Amazing trail!! So many options with various difficulties and views.

It’s was very muddy but that’s expected this time of year. Very boring, not much to look at.

Great for an amble through the woods. Lots of trails and open space, great for dogs. Easy to navigate, clear trails.

16 days ago

Good hike, can be crowded at times. Pretty views.

17 days ago

First time here but I will come back again. Trails are not well marked so I was grateful for the all trails app on my phone. Quiet and not busy perfect for reflection.

I adore this trail. We've done it many times. We usually hike in with sandwiches and eat at the base of the falls.

17 days ago

Made two loops, first just followed loop and park trails around, second followed swamp, mammoth rock, grouse, and whistling cave.

Park and Loop trails are nice and easy to walk around, great starting point, probably 3 stars on their own.
The real fun were the outer-lying trails, definitely 4 starts, would most certainly go back. Still fairly easy trails, mostly level terrain excluding a few areas, but much more enjoyable.

Good trails and very quiet. Great for taking out the dogs and tiring them out

perfect, quick winter day hike.
a little icy at top along red trail

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