Cody Grodzki

Boston

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  1. Hammond Pond Reservation

    Boston

    Super close to downtown Boston with enough climbs to keep everyone happy for many repeat visits.

  2. Lynn Woods Mountain Biking

    Boston

    Awesome expert mountain biking terrain just outside the city, with plenty of acreage to explore.

  3. Borderland State Park

    Boston

    A fun mix of beginner and expert trails, single track and double track, and beautiful water features for everyone to enjoy.

  4. Willowdale State Forest

    Boston

    A great mountain biking destination with easy to navigate terrain.

  5. Blue Hills Reservation Mountain Biking

    Boston

    7,000 acres of land and 20 miles of trail for both beginners and experts to explore.

  6. Lincoln Woods State Park

    Boston

    Located just outside of Providence, Lincoln Woods offers a solid landscape for a variety of outdoor activities, especially mountain biking.

  7. Middlesex Fells Reservation

    Boston

    A great destination to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and into nature, without the commitment to a long commute.

  8. Cutler Park

    Boston

    A relatively small park in terms of acreage, but it offers varied single-track terrain and a beautiful landscape for everyone to enjoy.

  9. Plum Island Barrier Beach

    Boston

    A great place for a family ride along a beautiful beach with many great places for food and drink after your adventure.

  10. Minuteman Bikeway

    Boston

    A historic 10 mile bike path that runs through 4 cities. It features toilets, establishments for refreshments, and handicap access along the way.

  11. Charles River Esplanade

    Boston

    A beautiful and classic route along Boston's favorite waterway, the Charles River.

  12. The City of Boston Cycling

    Boston

    Ride around historic downtown Boston and create your own personal tour of the city. Just watch out for those Boston drivers!

  13. Walden Pond Bike Loop

    Boston

    A gorgeous 30+ mile route that takes riders on the historic Minuteman Bikeway to Walden Pond and back.

  14. Arnold Arboretum

    Boston

    The oldest arboretum in the nation. Take a ride around the many trails and hike up Peter's Hill for a beautiful view of Boston.

  15. Cape Ann Loop

    Boston

    A roughly 40-mile loop around the coastline of Rockport and Gloucester with beautiful ocean views.

  16. Rumney

    Boston

    The premier sport climbing destination in New England. Unique rock formations and difficulty ranging from beginner to expert makes Rumney a great place for any climber looking for a great time.

  17. Pawtuckaway State Park

    Boston

    Boulders galore. Some of the best in the Granite State and a beautiful setting to boot!

  18. Lincoln Woods Climbing

    Boston

    A great place to learn how to climb with tons of beginner level boulders that are relatively short in height, and there's an easy approach!

  19. Lynn Woods Rock Climbing

    Boston

    A huge park with lots of climbing potential, Lynn Woods has over 2,200 acres to explore and at only 20 minutes from Boston, is a great place to check out without dedicating yourself to a long commute elsewhere.

  20. Quincy Quarries

    Boston

    Easy to navigate, short in height, and ease of access make this a popular destination for beginning climbers to hone their skills.

  21. Crow Hill

    Boston

    A great destination for traditional climbing and top roping alike, Crow Hill offers easy and moderate climbs that are cornerstones of New England climbing.

  22. Rose Ledge

    Boston

    Not particularly tall climbs, but quality nonetheless. A great moderate climbing destination for folks looking to practice their top rope and traditional climbing skills!

  23. MetroRock Climbing Centers

    Boston

    What it lacks for in appearances on the outside, it more than makes up for on the inside. Check out the amazing climbs, friendly staff, and lively atmosphere at this gem of a climbing gym!

  24. Mid-State Trail

    Boston

    A relatively long trail that travels longitudinally across Massachusetts. Beautiful views are a definite as you hike across the state.

  25. Bumpkin Island

    Boston

    Camping on an island in the Boston harbor? Talk about a unique experience!