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We were in Mass visiting family and found this Reservation to get in a hike. You must stop off at the visitors center to get a map because there are many trails and its very easy to get lost. We hiked the skyline trail and...More
We live close to here so come all the time as the whole fells is pretty big and lots of places to walk or hike. The skyline trail is nice as you get a view of Boston which is cool. But if you have a...More
If you're the type of person that needs a nature-break from the (relatively small) concrete jungle of Boston, this place is your safe haven... I planned on running around the entire western reservoir (the reservoir trail..go figure), but stopped and took pictures for 30 minutes...More
My friend and I met up here for a morning hike on Labor Day--wanted to spend some quality time with each other in nature. It took about 45 minutes on public transit from Boston's North Station to the park's southern parking lot (Orange line to...More
It is a huge park, with great area's to walk, that span over 2000 acres of land. We went to the Vistor center, which is the Stoneham entrance on Woodland Rd. It had a wonderful grassy wide trail to walk on, with scrub bushes and...More
The Fells is a gorgeous preserve not far from downtown Boston. While I have limited knowledge of the area, I am fairly confident it is one of the largest, nicest preserves near the City. It is a nice break from the history and beaches of...More