Every city and town has its boosters. With each new Top 10 list, communities west of Boston gain more statewide and national recognition. But do the rankings get it right?
Click through to find out which cities and towns offer the best walking trails for your interests, compiled by Mass Audubon. Next
The Sensory Trail at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Norfolk is great for “using all your senses.”
And if you like great horned owls, Belmont’s Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, with its Highland Farm Loop, is the place to stroll. Next
Children will like the Forest Discovery Trail at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln. Next
Have younger children? Then head over to Natick’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary for the Marsh Boardwalk, where pushing a stroller is easy. Next
And if you have ever had the urge to smell a sassafras leaf, Hopkinton’s Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary has enough to satisfy your nose’s biggest craving. Back to the beginning
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