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Posted by Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

It’s officially springtime here in Massachusetts, and though the weather has yet to turn with spring’s ever-familiar seasonal attributes, we thought we’d get a jump on some outdoor adventure suggestions.
Each of Massachusetts’ many trails and paths offer distinct sights, flora, fauna and terrain — needless to say, there’s a hike for everyone. Surely, these are just a few of Massachusetts’ many hiking spots, so if you’re looking for a more robust list, check out the ‘Search Hiking’ feature on our site.
(In no particular order)
Mount Greylock State Reservation, Lanesborough
Bartholomew’s Cobble, Sheffield
Quabbin Reservoir, Belchert0wn
Borderland State Park, North Easton
Holt Hill at Ward Reservation, Andover
Chesterfield Gorge, Chesterfield
Upton State Forest, Upton
The Lynn Woods Reservation, Lynn
Callahan State Park, Framingham
Appalachian Trail, Pittsfield
Maudslay State Park, Newburyport
Rattlesnake Hill at The Blue Hills Reservation, Milton
Harold Parker State Forrest, North Andover
The Summit House at Mount Holyoke, Hadley
Jiminy Peak, Hancock
Horseneck Beach State Reservation, Westport
Northfield Mountain, Northfield
Running Brook Vineyard & Winery, Dartmouth
Spot Pond at the Middlesex Fells Reservation, Stoneham
Mount Sugar Loaf State Reservation, Deerfield
Mount Toby, Sunderland
Shaker Mill Inn, West Stockbridge
For more Massachusetts outdoor activities and hikes, click here