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Best Day Hikes Boston 3rd Edition

Four-Season Guide to 60 of the Best Trails in Eastern Massachusetts

This indispensable guide has been fully revised and updated to bring you 60 of the best day hikes in the Boston area. Whether you are an avid hiker or just visiting the city, this book is a must-have resource for shorter walks and day-long adventures, taking you on hikes in the Middlesex Fells and Blue Hills reservations, the sands of Crane Beach, and the forests of eastern Massachusetts.


Authors
Michael Tougias, John S. Burk, and Alison O'Leary


 

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This indispensable guide has been fully revised and updated to bring you 60 of the best day hikes in the Boston area. Whether you are an avid hiker or just visiting the city, this book is a must-have resource for shorter walks and day-long adventures, taking you on hikes in the Middlesex Fells and Blue Hills reservations, the sands of Crane Beach, and the forests of eastern Massachusetts. Both visitors and locals alike will find something to enjoy in this volume offering a variety of trails for all ability levels and interests. An at-a-glance trip planner highlights the best hikes near public transportation, as well as those for kids, dogs, and winter snowshoeing and skiing. With GPS coordinates for all trailheads, information on time, distance, and difficulty, as well as essays on the area’s natural and social history, this is your one-stop guide to the best day hikes near Boston.

Additional Information

About the Author MICHAEL TOUGIAS is a New York Times best-selling author and co-author of 25 books. JOHN S. BURK is an outdoor writer, photographer, and historian from central Massachusetts. ALISON O’LEARY is a longtime journalist, public speaker, and the author of two other books.
Endorsements "Too often we think of urban areas in the eastern United States as being removed from nature, but this handy text shows us how quickly we can escape the city and engage a more verdant New England." - Paul Hutchinson, Coordinator of Experience-Based Training Boston University
Region Massachusetts
Publisher Appalachian Mountain Club Books
Edition 3rd Edition
Format Paperback
Dimensions 6 x 9 inches, 320 pages
ISBN-13 9781628420425

Endorsements

"Too often we think of urban areas in the eastern United States as being removed from nature, but this handy text shows us how quickly we can escape the city and engage a more verdant New England." - Paul Hutchinson, Coordinator of Experience-Based Training Boston University

About the Author

MICHAEL TOUGIAS is a New York Times best-selling author and co-author of 25 books. JOHN S. BURK is an outdoor writer, photographer, and historian from central Massachusetts. ALISON O’LEARY is a longtime journalist, public speaker, and the author of two other books.