Lincoln Conservation Land Mount Misery

Lincoln, Massachusetts

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The Mount Misery conservation land provides excellent views of the Sudbury River and Fairhaven Bay while you pass through a deeply shaded hemlock forest and a patch of open marsh.
AMC's Best Day Hikes Near Boston

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AMC's Best Day Hikes Near Boston

by Michael Tougias (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

The Mount Misery conservation land provides excellent views of the Sudbury River and Fairhaven Bay while you pass through a deeply shaded hemlock forest and a patch of open marsh.

©  Michael Tougias/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lincoln
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Maynard
Driving Directions: Directions to Lincoln Conservation Land: Mount Misery

Recent Trail Reviews

4/20/2010
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I completely understand the $5 entrance fee to hike/walk the grounds, but it doesn't seem that the fee goes too much into the upkeep. A bit too much litter around (not including the area where the tide comes in, because that cannot be helped). Overall was a nice walk, trails in decent condition. I don't consider it much of a hike but more of a nature walk. Views of Boston are nice and the narrow trails that wind down near the water close to the marsh area were my favorite paths of the day. Area is definitely kid friendly. I prefer something a bit more challenging in my hikes, but for a nice walk with a friend or group of people, this would be a good spot.


4/10/2010
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This was a beautiful hike and our first time here. A cold, windy day made us think this would be a better hike in the summer time. Beautiful views of Hull, Boston, and the harbor. A quick trip to Johnny Cupcake's made the perfect ending to a great day. Also had a bite to eat at the Corner Cafe in Hull.



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