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Las mejores rutas según la gente local

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“Some of the properties that Westerly Land Trust owns are open to the public and have nice hiking trails. An interesting one down the street from us is the "Dr. John Champlin Glacier Park". Here there are signs explaining how the glacier formed the land we live on. From "Charlie's Overlook" you can look over Winnapaug Pond to Misquamicut Beach out to the Atlantic Ocean and sometimes Block Island and Long Island are in sight. Go to westerlylandtrust.org for detailed information.”
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“Hop on the bike path literally at the end of Paris St. (our street) and follow the lane down Blackstone Blvd. It will take you through the east side and then along the water all the way to Bristol and Colt State Park. Over 15 miles each way. Relatively flat once you get to the water.”
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Puente
“This rail trail is a favorite of many. It is an 11-mile combination bicycle/pedestrian paved right-of-way on top of a former rail bed running from Northampton, through Hadley and Amherst, to Belchertown, on top of a former railbed. A connection with the Manhan Rail Trail enables users to continue on through Easthampton and Southampton. The trail winds through some incredible scenery, crosses the Connecticut River as well as Northampton’s Main Street on beautiful redone railroad bridges, and tunnels under Route 9 for safety. The trail intersects with the Northampton Bikeway and can be accessed at the end of State Street, near Stop & Shop (take a right when getting onto the bikeway and follow it across King Street to the Norwottuck trail).”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“Trails for hiking and biking in the summer. Skiing, sledding, snowshoeing in the winter. Right out the back door!”
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“Waterside walkway - very popular with "birders". Can be a little marshy - wear sturdy shoes, and bring binoculars and/or camera.”
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Lake
“At about 3 miles round trip, Lonesome lake is a good option for novice hikers or those looking for good payoff within a limited timeframe. Despite it's name, Lonesome Lake does get a lot off foot traffic, so plan accordingly. The mountain lake is gorgeous and offers great views of surrounding peaks. There's also a hut at the lake, which can be a fun place to have a picnic lunch. ”
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“A wonderful trail created by the people of Little Compton with the Nature Conservancy. Leads through woods and swamps and ends at a lake. For children and grown ups.”
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“You have a great suspension bridge followed by a 3+ mile hike to a waterfall that has a swimming lagoon. Can also hike the trail in the Winter. ”
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“Asphalt biking trail. You can walk it too! Length: 7.2 miles Trail end points: West Kingston Station at Railroad Ave. and Kingstown Rd. (West Kingston) and Mumford Rd. and Riverside Dr. (Narragansett) ”
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Campground
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Sendero
“Lots of trails, mostly wooded, wildlife. There are guide maps and marked trails for you to explore. Bring bug spray.”
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Parque
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Sendero
“Great walking, running or biking, several entrances close by. Closest is River Street in Holden.”
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