Allie Aylward

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  1. 9 Boston Races to Look Forward to This Winter

    Boston

    From 5Ks to ultras, here's your guide for the best Boston races to look forward to this winter.

  2. Skyline Trail at Blue Hills Reservation

    Boston

    Visit Blue Hills Reservation to hike its Skyline Trail, or the shorter Skyline Loop, to catch a panoramic view of Boston's city skyline.

  3. Whitney and Thayer Woods - Mountain Biking

    Boston

    Visit the winding trails of Whitney and Thayer Woods for a backcountry biking adventure.

  4. Wachusett Mountain - Hiking

    Boston

    With a mild elevation gain, well-kept trails, beautiful views, and fewer crowds than other popular peaks nearby, Mt. Wachusett is great for hiking and trail running.

  5. Noanet Woodlands - Hiking

    Boston

    Noanet Woodlands offers hikers both gentle and more strenuous trails. Hike up Noanet Peak for a satisfying climb and a distant view of Boston.

  6. Hale Reservation - Hiking

    Boston

    Hale Reservation offers hikers a backwoods experience just 25 miles outside of Boston.

  7. Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary - Hiking

    Boston

    Walk through quiet trails and observe the protected wildlife on a hike in Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary.

  8. Middlesex Fells Reservation - Hiking

    Boston

    Just outside of Boston, Middlesex Fells Reservation combines the backwoods experience with the accessibility on which city-dwellers rely. The reservation's Skyline Trail offers city views, varied terrain, and strenuous trails .

  9. Mt. Misery - Hiking

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    Visit Mt. Misery in Lincoln, MA for quiet trails with easy footing. Features of its trails include natural forests, a picturesque farm, and a small "summit."

  10. The Acorn Trail at Great Brook Farm State Park - Hiking

    Boston

    Soft footing in the idyllic, Massachusetts countryside makes the Acorn Trail at Great Brook Farm State Park a favorite destination among local nature lovers.

  11. Mount Watatic - Hiking

    Boston

    With short, strenuous climbs and an expansive view from its summit, Mount Watatic is a worthy destination for all Massachusetts hikers.

  12. The Wilderness at Franklin Park - Trail Running

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    Aptly named, the peaceful trails in Boston's Franklin Park serve as a wooded sanctuary for trail runners.

  13. 8 Ways to Explore Boston's Harbor Islands

    Boston

    Home to the oldest lighthouse in the US, Civil War-era forts, and eerie manmade ruins, Boston's Harbor Islands offer up some fascinating recreational opportunities.

  14. 6 Reasons Why Boston is an Awesome City for Outdoor Lovers

    Boston

    It may not be located at the base of a major mountain range, but Boston is actually quite the adventure town. Here are a few reasons why.

  15. 4 Best Trails near Boston for Maximizing the Fall

    Boston

    We've curated the season's four best trails near Boston, from family friendly to challenging, all popping with vibrant fall colors.