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.

World’s End: what a great name. And what a great place. Should a visitor to eastern Massachusetts ...
Wachusett Reservoir was created in 1895 to solve the water needs of the greater Boston ...
Bash Bish Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is within Bashbish ...
Enjoy the brilliant views of the Nantucket and Vineyard Sounds on this short trail connecting ...
Alander Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Mount Washington, Massachusetts. It is 2.6 ...
Managed from the start for wildlife and nature appreciation, the 1906 estate of botanist ...
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 ...
Have you ever longed to find some secluded hilltop and just sit peacefully, letting the ...
The southwest corridor park was almost a highway. On this walk you can see what happened ...
A natural and wild quality pervades the Charles River’s banks upriver from the dam at ...
One of Boston's best-kept secrets is the pleasure of walking the Hull peninsula—a long ...
At first glance Arlington seems to be one more pleasant suburb of Boston—a good place ...
From a high hill on Deer Island, dramatic views spread out across Boston Harbor. You can ...
This urban rail-trail takes you from downtown Boston to Jamaica Plain. It is used by bicyclists ...
This easy jaunt around Grassy Pond has something for everyone. Plant enthusiasts will ...
A quiet river flows through a widening estuary to Boston Harbor, past riverfront communities ...
Charlestown is Boston’s oldest neighborhood—and over the years has been arguably its most ...
This walk takes you to the several historic finish lines of the Boston Marathon and by ...
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