Walking Trails Near Boston, MA
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Walking Trails Near Boston, MA

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Boston has 43 walking trails. These trails range from 0.3 to 6.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Deer Island, Boston, The Fens - Boston and Garden in the Woods and Framingham. Trails.com member Mark F. recently completed Arnold Arboretum and Jamaica Plain. See all Boston trails.
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This walk takes you to the several historic finish lines of the Boston Marathon and by ...
A quiet river flows through a widening estuary to Boston Harbor, past riverfront communities ...
The South Bay Harbor Trail is very much a work in progress—as well as an ambitious and ...
For a great cinematic view of Boston take a ride over the Charles River on the Red Line ...
With its picturesque architecture and wonderful mix of tolerant people, the South End ...
Savin Hill, a very distinctive part of Boston, sits serenely above a tangle of teeming ...
From Dudley Square to Chinatown, Washington Street is in the midst of an astonishing small-business ...
This walk leads you through the modern bustle of South Bay and environs—yet if you look ...
If you've been led to believe that Boston is steeped only in patriotism, Brahmin sensibilities, ...
One of Boston’s greatest gems is its collection of 34 small islands scattered throughout ...
When the English settlers first arrived in Massachusetts in 1629, they set up camp in ...
The Charles River separates Boston from its smarty-pants cousin Cambridge to the north. ...
Jutting into Dorchester Bay, the University of Massachusetts Boston campus offers lovely ...
Nestled against an industrial port, Castle Island and Pleasure Bay nonetheless offer miles ...
Green spaces, historic brownstones, modern steel and glass, good cheap food, great expensive ...
This tour begins with a library, meanders through malls, and swings through a domed sanctuary ...
Home to trendy boutiques and upscale shops, this buyer’s boulevard is well stocked with ...
Although Boston Common and Public Garden were established 200 years apart (Boston Common ...
It has been known by many names—the Church Street District, South Cove, and Kerry Village—but ...
Looks can be deceiving. Boston’s Chinatown may look small, but it is the third-largest ...
This may be the most exciting walk in Boston. For decades, this area was the dirty underbelly ...
In the early 19th century, Boston was the undisputed cultural capital of the United States. ...
There was a time in the early and mid–19th century when Boston was the preeminent American ...
In the heart of the city, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market are to Boston what Fisherman’s ...
Boston is a walker’s town. It’s as clear as the brick-red path marking the Freedom Trail, ...
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