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Spring hike | Spring hiking in Massachusetts Tourism

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Posted by Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

It’s officially spring here in Massachusetts, and although the weather hasn’t changed with spring’s known seasonal characteristics, we thought we could make some suggestions for outdoor adventures.

Each of the many trails and trails in Massachusetts offers different sights, flora, fauna and terrain – of course there is a hike for everyone. These are certainly just a few of many in Massachusetts Hiking areasSo if you’re looking for a more robust list, check out theSearch hikingOn our website.

(In no particular order)

Mount Greylock State Reservation, Lanesborough

Bartholomew’s cobblestones, Sheffield

Quabbin reservoir, Belchert0wn

Borderland State Park, North Easton

Holt Hill at Ward Reservation, And over

Chesterfield Gorge, Chesterfield

Upton State Forest, Upton

The Lynn Woods reservation, Lynn

Callahan State Park, Framingham

Appalachian Trail, Pittsfield

Maudslay State Park, Newburyport

Rattlesnake Hill in the Blue Hills Reserve, Milton

Harold Parker State Forrest, North Andover

The summit house on Mount HolyokeHadley

Jiminy Peak, Hancock

Horseneck Beach State Reservation, Westport

Northfield Mountain, Northfield

Operation Brook Vineyard & Winery, Dartmouth

Spot Pond in the Middlesex Fells Reserve, Stoneham

Mount Sugar Loaf State Reservation, Deerfield

Mount Toby, Sunderland

Shaker Mill Inn, West Stockbridge

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