Enjoy a leisurely afternoon walk along wooded trails with scenic views of Foster Pond. If we have snow, we'll snowshoe! Meet at 1:30pm at the AVIS Goldsmith Reservation trailhead, 491 South Main Street (Rte. 28) just south of the intersection with Gould Road. Take I-93 to exit 41. Go north on Route 125, exit at Route 28N. Goldsmith Reservation is on the left before the first intersection. Heavy rain cancels.
Join Lancaster Recreation Chair Johnna Doyle Sunday November 19th at 10 am for a guided tour of Cook Conservation area. Discover our local history through stories of days gone by. Imagine 1642. The Nashaway Algonquin Indians invite you to settle here along the Nashua …... Options for a shorter hike (~ 1 hour) or longer relatively easy 5.5 mile hike much of which is along the Nashua River (~ 3 hours). We will stop for pictures and to enjoy the scenery. Bring water and snacks and/or lunch. Register with Laurene Poland, firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-728-1373.
6 mi through woods and past residences with stop at Fawn Lake. The pretty flat trail is a mix of pavement, crushed stone and dirt. Weather-permitting, we might snowshoe, 1-4 PM. Details and directions to meeting point will be sent upon registration.
Challenging 5-mi. hike on steep, scenic trails to Great Blue, Hemenway and Hancock ledges, 9:30am-12:45pm. Bring snack, water, & sturdy footwear. From Rte. 93/128 exit 2B, take Rte. 138 N 1.3 mi. to pkg. lot on R just past Trailside Museum. Rain cancels.
10:00am-1:30pm. Boston's South End -New York Streets Neighborhood and other developing areas. Meet at Broadway T station (Red Line) and return from Back Bay T station (Orange line).Bring lunch and water. No dogs. Heavy rain cancels.
[postponed from Nov 19] Hike to cliff-top, waterfall and pond views, from 10am-2:30pm. Bring lunch and water. Meet on Washington Street side of Oak Grove T station. I-93 Exit 32, Medford, head east on Route 60 for 1.2 miles, then turn left on Highland Avenue and follow for 0.5 miles. Turn right on Glenwood Street and go 0.6 miles, then turn left on Washington Street and go 0.1 miles, then turn right into T station lot, or park on street. Call L if severe weather. No dogs, non-AMC members, $1.
Deer Island is a wonderful urban sanctuary. Awesome Boston and ocean views. Great walking, jogging, sightseeing, picnicking, fishing, and dog walking (dogs must be on a leash and owners need to clean up after their pets). There is a 2.6-mile perimeter pathway and another 2 miles of trails on the hills of the island.
Take a 1.5 hour break from hectic holiday activities and take a stroll with other families through Great Brook Farm in Carlisle, MA. Focus your attention on the breeze, the tree scents, the earth under your feet, and your child's laughter/shout! Optional lunch at a local restaurant after.
Required: waterproof shoes, rain gear, layers, backpack, water, and snacks. Children under 4 will need a carrier.
Register with Joanna Jung, email@example.com, 617-549-2812
There may be a $3 parking fee.
Leisurely 4-mi. walk along historic streets around Harvard and Porter Squares, Avon Hill, and Huron Village , 6:45-9:15pm. Bring snack or money for quick dinner at Asian food court. Meet outside of Brattle Theatre (lower level). From Harvard Square T Stop, go 1 block west on Eliot Street; take right on Brattle Street (theatre is on the left). Rain cancels. No dogs; non-AMC members $1.
Description: Join the 40 + Wednesday Wramblers for a beautiful hike on Lincoln conservation land. We will walk for 5-7 miles at a moderate pace through woods and along ponds up to beautiful Walden Pond. Minimal elevation gain with a walk up Mt. Misery (really a hill) and Pine Hill, the highest point in Concord. This hike is suitable for all levels. Bring water, snacks, lunch and a sense of humor. Rain Cancels. Registration required.
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