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Las mejores rutas según la gente local

Mirador
“The view says it all! The second most hiked mountain in the world is a must visit.”
  • 48 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mountain
“Take a day trip to Mount Washington and drive to the summit or, for serious hikers, hike up the mountain. There is also a Cog Railway to bring you to the top and a gift shop and dining once you get there.”
  • 30 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“Whether you are looking to take a hike or just get a nice dose of nature, Purgatory Chasm is the perfect place for both. Parking does cost something, right now it's $5 for Massachusetts residents and $6 for non-residents, but check out their website to make sure nothing has changed.”
  • 15 personas de la zona recomiendan
Parque
“Large selection of hiking options here! Everything from a walk in the woods to hiking 4000 footers!”
  • 11 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
“Mt. Washington Auto Road's unique location in Pinkham Notch provides spectacular views into the Great Gulf Wilderness and the Presidential Mountain Range as you drive yourself or take a guided tour or drive yourself to the summit of Mt Washington. ”
  • 11 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“Wonderful park for hiking, biking, walking, snowshoeing, disc golf. You can take a tour of the Ames Mansion where locals of ames shovel fame, Oliver and Blanches Ames lived. ”
  • 7 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“With over 300 acres and seven miles of hiking trails, there is plenty to see at all times of the year. You can bring your binoculars and go for a walk along 7 miles of well-maintained trails. You will be sure to see a variety of local and migratory birds, depending on the season.”
  • 10 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“There is plenty to see at all times of the year. You can bring your binoculars and go for a walk along our well-maintained trails. You will be sure to see a variety of wildlife, including local and migratory birds, depending on the season. This is truly a beautiful example of a coast wildlife area. Check the website, they do night walks and birdwatching adventures and other great events. ”
  • 13 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“Hiking trails from easy to difficult. Fantastic 360 degree views from the top.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“WANTASTIQUET MOUNTAIN Just across the Connecticut River from Brattleboro is this majestic mountain that gives downtown Brattleboro its green backdrop. Two unmarked trails start at the end of Mountain Rd. where you’ll find a small parking lot for hikers. One broad trail suitable for hiking and biking is a continuation of Mountain Rd; it stays low and follows the river. This trail is easy walking, often well-populated by hikers and dog walkers. The other trail is moderate to difficult with switchbacks 1.5 mi. to the summit with a spectacular vista of the town and the Connecticut and West River valleys. More information and location: www.trailfinder.info/trails/trail/mount-wantastiquet-state-forest ”
  • 6 personas de la zona recomiendan
Mirador
“I grew up in New England and always thought a car ride to the top of a mountain would be cheesey .... BOY was I wrong this trip was awe inspiring. You're given a dvd on the way up, it was just like having your own personal tour guide sitting in the car with you. Save time to visit the Mt. Washington Observatory at the top. Check out the fun interactive exhibitions. This one is a MUST.”
  • 1 persona de la zona recomienda
Sendero
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“Easy, mostly flat, 'hike' from parking lot to great views. Bring a picnic and your binoculars. The local hawk watch spot for counting migratory birds. Great for kids!”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Sendero
“wonderful nature trails along a small lake (or large pond). Good for XC ski and snow shoe too.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Parque
“Cutler Park’s 800 acres span Newton, Needham and Dedham. The entrance is just across the Newton line. One trail goes around Cutler Pond. Another runs from the pond trail and goes to Powell’s Island canoe landing, under the MBTA commuter rail and out to the Great Plain. In the winter, the area is ideal for cross-country skiing.”
  • 5 personas de la zona recomiendan