Best Hiking in Massachusetts

This list represents the most popular hiking in Massachusetts. Use this list to plan your next Massachusetts hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Wachusett Mountain is home to a busy alpine ski area, but who cares when the rewards of ...
This long hike showcases the Greylock massif, Bascom Lodge, and the memorial tower, follows ...
Lincoln’s 227-acre Mount Misery Conservation Land offers off-leash trails, hemlock forests, ...
lf you’re looking for a good day hike that really delivers in terms of scenery, summits, ...
Well-marked dirt trails lead you past lady’s slipper flowers and lichen-crusted boulders ...
Bash Bish Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is within Bashbish ...
The Westfield River begins as three streams draining the eastern slope of the Berkshire ...
Tremendous views, rolling fields along the ocean’s edge, and an impressive assortment ...
Starting with the vision of land stewards Hollis P. Nichols and Jeffrey P. Smith and a ...
The Holyoke Range, including Skinner State Park and the adjacent Holyoke Range State Park, ...
With a tall, eight-platform fire tower at its peak and the long-distance Metacomet- Monadnock ...
Alander Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is 2.6 ...
This hike, one of the best on Cape Cod, explores the dunes, salt marshes, and upland forests ...
Mount Pisgah is 715 feet above sea level, but is scarcely elevated at all from the trailhead. ...
Mount Tom State Reservation offers 20 miles of well-maintained and well-blazed trails. ...
This short and easy walk explores a beautiful woodland just north of Route 6A and adjacent ...
Race Brook Trail is a hiking trail in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. It is 1.8 miles ...
Borderland was opened as a state park in 1971. Prior to that, it served as the country ...
The story of Quabbin Reservoir is fascinating to history buffs and naturalists alike. ...
Named for the four bodies of water within its boundaries—Shop Pond, Freeman Pond, Upper ...
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