Worlds End Reservation

Hingham, Massachusetts

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With over 4.5 miles of rolling trails and carriage paths, and a spectacular view of the Weir River, Hingham Harbor, and the Boston skyline, Worlds End is a place that you and your pup will want to go back to again and again. The 251-acre reservation is comprised of four coastal drumlins formed from deposits of receding glaciers—Pine Hill, Planters Hill, and the double drumlins of Worlds End proper. You and your dog can hike through a variety of terrains: woods, open fields, or rocky shoreline. Worlds End is a popular spot for dogs and humans alike, so visit early in the morning or on weekdays to avoid the crowds.

Worlds End Reservation Professional Review and Guide

"With over 4.5 miles of rolling trails and carriage paths, and a spectacular view of the Weir River, Hingham Harbor, and the Boston skyline, Worlds End is a place that you and your pup will want to go back to again and again.

The 251-acre reservation is comprised of four coastal drumlins formed from deposits of receding glaciers—Pine Hill, Planters Hill, and the double drumlins of Worlds End proper. You and your dog can hike through a variety of terrains: woods, open fields, or rocky shoreline. Worlds End is a popular spot for dogs and humans alike, so visit early in the morning or on weekdays to avoid the crowds."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Hingham
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Spring through Fall
Local Contacts: The Trustees of Reservations
Local Maps: USGS Weymouth
Driving Directions: Directions to Worlds End Reservation

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May 2018