Best Walking in Massachusetts

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

Bash Bish Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is within Bashbish ...
Tremendous views, rolling fields along the ocean’s edge, and an impressive assortment ...
Alander Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is 2.6 ...
Race Brook Trail is a hiking trail in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. It is 1.8 miles ...
The Charles River is beautiful, historic, conveniently located, and great people-watching ...
The battles of Lexington and Concord began the American Revolution. See where much of ...
Plum Island is a premier destination for birding in the Northeast.
This easy jaunt around Grassy Pond has something for everyone. Plant enthusiasts will ...
This walk takes you to the several historic finish lines of the Boston Marathon and by ...
This is a lovely walk among woods and flowers whose attractions change with the seasons. ...
Salem has history, the sea and the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, beautiful architecture, ...
Bald Hill Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Boxford, Massachusetts. It is within ...
This is an easy, enjoyable, and interesting urban walk. The neighborhood is beautiful, ...
Minuteman Bikeway is a hiking and biking trail in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It ...
This walk permits Boston Marathon enthusiasts to follow the most fabled part of its route—Heartbreak ...
Henry David Thoreau and his Walden Pond stay are famous. See Walden Pond and Thoreau’s ...
Y’gotta see Fenway once before they tear it down! While there, get a little culture at ...
This is “soup-to-nuts” essential Boston with something for everyone. From early nineteenth-century ...
You are on the Atlantic Ocean, so why not see it and walk along it? This is a particularly ...
Ice Glen Trail is a hiking trail in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is 0.5 miles long and ...
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