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Suggestions for Trail near Boston

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    • 9.1
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      Beacon St (Mass Ave), Boston
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      • Annie B.

        Annie B. • July 7, 2013After your run, sit on the docks just past mass ave or just before for the perfect stretch and meditation spot. The ones past mass ave are usually a bit quieter.

    • 8.9
      Trail
      Charles River Bike Path, Boston
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      • Mike D.

        Mike D. • March 6, 2018Beautiful trail for running and pictures!

    • 9.0
      Trail
      Boston
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    • 8.9
      Trail
      Boston Harborwalk, Boston
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      • Amit C.

        Amit C. • June 4, 2013Visit this place with your better half during the twilight. It's quite, pleasant and romantic.

    • 8.9
      Trail
      The Freedom Trail (btwn Tremont St & Essex St), Boston
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      • Eshrefe S.

        Eshrefe S. • February 2, 2017For a first time and a day visit in Boston, this trail is a very nice option to explore the city's most important spots.

    • 8.8
      Trail
      Watertown
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      • Antonio F.

        Antonio F. • December 26, 2013Great place for walk, jogging or biking along the river. Enjoy the vegetations, and animals you may find on your way. Please preserve it.

    • 8.8
      Trail
      125 Arborway (Arnold Arboretum Entrance), Jamaica Plain
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      • Maureen L.

        Maureen L. • March 30, 2013Wonderful place to hang out, picnic, bike ride - or run your dog.

    • 8.6
      Trail
      Boston
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      • Amanda C.

        Amanda C. • October 25, 2011beautiful trails along the river

    • 9.0
      Trail
      Boston
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      • Katie M.

        Katie M. • May 24, 2010A part of the Arboretum that's less crowded and offers awesome city views. There are also trails along the train tracks where the pups can be off-leash.

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      • C B.

        C B. • July 14Great place to come for a picnic, walk or bike ride. Look both ways for bikes before stepping into the paved path!

    • 9.5
      Park
      Tremont St (btwn Beacon & Charles St), Boston
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      • Megan P.

        Megan P. • October 12, 2016Gorgeous place to walk, highly recommend the narrated freedom trail!!

    • 9.4
      Park
      125 Arborway, Jamaica Plain
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      • Nelson C.

        Nelson C. • March 14, 2016Beautiful nature trails and lots of them. Very scenic when up on top of hill.

    • 9.3
      Park
      Castle Island, Boston
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      • Eric A.

        Eric A. • June 10, 2012Take the Healthy Trail!

    • 9.1
      Park
      Cross St. (btwn North & Sudbury), Boston
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      • Angie O.

        Angie O. • October 15, 2015A modern park the Freedom trail.

    • 8.8
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      Green St (at Gordon St), Jamaica Plain
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      • Joshua B.

        Joshua B. • September 9, 2012Make sure to observe bike path walking path designation. Always listen for bikers who will often warn "on your left" NEVER ride your bike on undesignated sidewalk. Kids love watching the trains...

    • 8.5
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      Pond Ave., Brookline
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      • Federico R.

        Federico R. • December 12, 2017A great place not too far from Boston proper. A running trail with near perfect view of the Olmstead Park and Jamaica Pond with minutes away.

    • 9.2
      River
      Charles River, Boston
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      • Erick A.

        Erick A. • August 21, 2011Go to the bike path

    • 8.6
      Park
      Boston
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      • Stephanie B.

        Stephanie B. • April 17, 20127am-9am trails are busy. Listen for bikes...

    • 8.7
      Park
      1st Ave. (at 6th St.), Charlestown
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      • Mark C. F.

        Mark C. F. • July 13, 2015Don't let the oppression barrier stifle your journey on the freedom trail.

    • 9.1
      Lake
      Chestnut Hill Reservoir (at Beacon St), Boston
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      • Elliot D.

        Elliot D. • September 9, 2010There's two trails around the resevoir: 1 gravel path immediately surrounding the reservoir, and another paved path that follows along at street level. Both are excellent running paths

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      • Boston.com

        Boston.com • July 22, 2013A favorite among kite enthusiasts for its windy location and wide-open space. There are also walking trails and sports fields, a well as a salt marsh area perfect for birds and birders alike.

    • 8.4
      Park
      (Chelsea St), Charlestown
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    • 9.2
      Park
      95 Marginal St (at Cottage St.), Boston
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      • Peter S.

        Peter S. • August 22, 2011A hidden jewel amid the hustle and bustle of Boston ... yeah, it's across the waterfront from downtown but it's worth the view!

    • 8.3
      Park
      Back Bay Fens, Boston
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      • Maryellen

        Maryellen • November 14, 2010Late night sausage truck! Peppers and onions is the way to go.

    • 9.6
      Garden
      9 Arlington St (btwn Beacon & Boylston St), Boston
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    • 8.3
      Park
      416 Hanover St (at Clark St.), Boston
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    • 8.3
      Park
      Boston
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      • al l.

        al l. • May 16, 2014Great muddy Waters.

    • 8.3
      Park
      Pier Point Rd (Playstead Rd), Boston
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      • Discover R.

        Discover R. • December 23, 2009Jog, bike, hike, golf, eat, or just relax in the largest gem of Boston's Emerald Necklace park system.

    • 8.4
      Landmark
      State St. (at Congress St.), Boston
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      • Christopher W.

        Christopher W. • August 8, 2015How can you not be moved by the moments outlined along the entire Freedom Trail. To see the chain of events that have led to the greatest democracy this planet has ever known.

    • 7.8
      Park
      Charter St. (at Unity St.), Boston
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      • Mo D.

        Mo D. • July 14, 2018Nice little spot for a breather off the Freedom Trail. Sit there on Sundays around noon and listen to the Old North Church’s bells.

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