Curated lists and ideas for hiking Trustees properties.
With 120 places and hundreds of miles of trails to explore across Massachusetts, hiking Trustees properties is plentiful and varied. Not sure where to start? We’ve created some curated lists and rounded up a few ideas for you here!
Looking to find the best Massachusetts fall foliage hikes in Massachusetts?
We've selected some of our favorite and uncrowded coastal hikes for you to explore.
Guided hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking adventures at Trustees properties that are truly hidden gems.
We asked our We asked our hiking experts their favorite places to hike. You'll find some of your favorites along with perhaps some undiscovered gems!
Looking for trails with lots of miles? We made a handy list of the top 30 Trustees properties for long hikes.
Whether taking a quick break from a busy day or spending a leisurely afternoon, hiking is an easy and fun way for you to enjoy the outdoors throughout th...
The Trustees Hiking Challenge: With over 100 places and hundreds of miles of trails to explore, join our free challenge to get you hiking and exploring M...
Year-round, there are great opportunities to spot our feathered friends at various Trustees sites. Massachusetts birding at its best.
Why go to a zoo when you can experience wild life up close and personal while exploring our many properties?
Wondering if the long trek up our mountains and hills is worth it? The rewarding views from these summits never disappoint!
There are a number of regional trails and trail systems that connect to Trustees reservations throughout the state.
Finding an easy enjoyable walk in one of our parks is as easy as, well, a walk in the park!
Strollers are good options for families with children not quite ready to explore the outdoors on foot. Here are some stroller-friendly trails to explore.
Whether you hike with your romantic loved one, family member, friends or yourself; the scenery is sure to make your heart go pitter patter.
The Tully Trail is a 22-mile loop trail that encircles the largely undeveloped Tully Valley in the North Quabbin Region of Central Massachusetts.
From catching a glimpse of migratory birds to listening to new life on a warm spring day, here are a few of our favorite ways to find signs of spring...
Nature & Ecology
February 1, 2021
What to look and listen for during your winter hike.
Dog-walking provides a great way to get fresh air and exercise—for both our furr...