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mountain biking
21 hours ago

Fun place but grossly overrated and revered....Not half what ppl talk it up to be.Fun,but not very challenging

is there an actual rusty car? because if not I'm all set.

trail running
1 day ago

This was a cute trail but fell short of the 1.9miles at barely 1.2miles full loop

2 days ago

Nice easy walk- great for kids and dogs. A little noisy when you get close to the highway. Great place to swim, play tennis, play basketball.

12.5.18. Well marked trail — follow the blue blazes. Steep climb begins at the half mile point for about a mile. You can rest at a lean-to near where the Hopper trail begins. Beautiful hike through hemlock forest with the eponymous brook roaring away for the first half mile. It’s December, so quite a bit of snow and ice on the path and it became a skating rink at about a mile in requiring some off-piste walking. Definitely prepare for this trip — good boots, water, walking stick etc. It says it’s hard and, in places, it is.

A wonderful hike . Great views from Tippling Rock . Can see Boston . Parked on Rt 20 in Sudbury. About 20 mins to Rock .Warning - did discover a tick on my hand . Warm weather is awakening them

Took my husky and I a little under 2 hours round trip with a nice stop at the top. Not a busy trail for a super nice Saturday in early December. Snow scattered throughout trail and some ice at the top so I did wear my microspikes there.

8 days ago

Beautiful place to walk/hike. Nice trails and amazing waterfalls! Very peaceful this time of year!!

Stumbled upon a quarry today on my way up Cedar Hill. Noticed a straight shot trail up the east side of Cedar Hill so checked it out then bushwacked down and around and came across a cool, perhaps Colonial era, granite quarry. Check it out!

9 days ago

Nice walk around the pond. Easy wide trail suitable for all seasons

This trail has beautiful open field vistas as well as great woodland walks. It’s also great for snowshoes and cross country skiing. There is a parking lot at both ends so you can hike as much or as little as you want.

trail running
12 days ago

Love this loop! Went up to the canal that connects to Morse's Pond to the north. There is a nice viewing spot and picnic bench there, pretty cool. The water was flowing!! Check it out.

Great Hike!!! Amazing views, highly recommend. 3.5 miles or so if you hike to the top.

We were so blown away by this beautiful place, so close to home. Our dog was in heaven and it’s an easy trail for all ages. We look forward to returning in all seasons with binoculars to spot wildlife.

13 days ago

Got lost a few times (twice) because some markers aren’t as easy to spot but the trail is pretty good. Definitely recommend

Lots of traffic for the first mile or so, but no footprints after that. There was a fair amount of drifting from the snow earlier in the week, with areas of the trail up to my knees-- would be good for snowshoeing!

Short trail, but a great view at the top!

I️ grew up right on this hill. I️ bring my dog all the time up there, and she runs freely. Just be careful because there are some horses on the trail some times.

There are two ways to go. You can take the shorter way which is a smaller loop of the hill. Or, you could continue straight down and do parallel to the road and do the bigger loop. Nice views, and I️ love being in the woods.

14 days ago

Nice, easy, and pleasant walk in the woods. Goes through Dana center and to the waterfront.

14 days ago

Nice and easy walk. Ignore the person who gave it one star because she couldn’t bring her dog. If she doesn’t know what Quabbin is—a reservoir for a public drinking water supply—then she shouldn’t get to review it. Dogs aren’t allowed for good reason, just as people aren’t allowed to swim in the water. It’s not hard to understand.

14 days ago

Well marked trails. Nice views of southern mass. The cisterns, bat house, and vernal pool were awesome little touches that made the hike more than just a hike

Wooded and river. Be sure to check for tides.

Nice day. Scrubby woods. 5 walkers and 4 bikers. Mainly level. Nothing much to look at along the way. Good to be out and walking

on Quincy Shore

14 days ago

Very scenic

14 days ago

This trail is 3 stars as is, but with better maintenance this trail has potential to be a really nice trail.

14 days ago

Great small loop for a winter coastal hike!

14 days ago

Easy to moderate well marked mostly smooth trails.

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