Weir Hill Reservation

North Andover, Massachusetts

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Weir Hill is a two-peaked drumlin rising between Stevens Pond and the 2-mile-long Lake Cochichewick. This hike crosses the hilltop meadow, then drops 200 feet to trace the peninsula’s perimeter. The town of North Andover has more than 3,000 acres of preserved open space, offering sweeping views and quiet trails.
Hiking Massachusetts

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Hiking Massachusetts

by Benjamin B. Ames (Falcon Guides)

Weir Hill is a two-peaked drumlin rising between Stevens Pond and the 2-mile-long
Lake Cochichewick. This hike crosses the hilltop meadow, then drops 200 feet to
trace the peninsula’s perimeter. The town of North Andover has more than 3,000
acres of preserved open space, offering sweeping views and quiet trails.

© 2014 Benjamin B. Ames/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking
Nearby City: North Andover
Distance: 2.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Best in Summer
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: The Trustees of Reservations, (978) 682-3580 or (978) 356-4351
Local Maps: USGS Lawrence, MA
Driving Directions: Directions to Weir Hill Reservation

Recent Trail Reviews

7/12/2007
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This was a nice easy going hike that I did with my 4 year old son. After the 1st 15 minutes the trail was mostly flat and we enjoyed being by the water for nearly the entire loop. Mostly shaded and very relaxing. Probably would be a great place to go canoeing as well.



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