It’s officially springtime here in Massachusetts, and though the weather has yet to turn with spring’s ever-familiar seasonal attributes, we thought we’d get a jump on some outdoor adventure suggestions.
Recently, on Facebook and Twitter, we asked our fans to share their favorite place in Massachusetts for a spring hike; the response was fantastic — so much so, that we decided to feature them in today’s post!
Each of Massachusetts’ many trails and paths offer distinct sights, flora, fauna and terrain — needless to say, there’s a hike for everyone. Surely, these are just a few of Massachusetts’ many hiking spots, so if you’re looking for a more robust list, check out the ‘Search Hiking’ feature on our site.
Is there a hike that you would like to have added to our list? Tell us in the comments below, and we’ll add it!
(In no particular order)
Mount Greylock State Reservation, Lanesborough – Kate A.
Bartholomew’s Cobble, Sheffield – Colleen H.
Quabbin Reservoir, Belchertown – Bill B.
Borderland State Park, North Easton – Lisa V.
Holt Hill at Ward Reservation, Andover – Mary C.
Chesterfield Gorge, Chesterfield – Meredith R.
Upton State Forest, Upton – Ellen A.
The Lynn Woods Reservation, Lynn – Gerard L.
Callahan State Park, Framingham – Fenanda M.
Appalachian Trail, Pittsfield – Alan Baldwin.
Maudslay State Park, Newburyport – Marion R.
Rattlesnake Hill at The Blue Hills Reservation, Milton – Julie C.
Harold Parker State Forrest, North Andover – Pantipa R.
The Summit House at Mount Holyoke, Hadley – Mike W.
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