Boston: The Neponset River and Ashmont Hill

This trail along the Neponset River takes you to chocolate mills, historic residential areas, and one of the last remaining wildlife sanctuaries at the edge of Boston Harbor.

Hull: The Hull Peninsula

The Hull Peninsula remains one of Boston's best-kept secrets with its Carousel, Pier and white sandy beaches.

Somerville: The Hills of Somerville

Somerville has capitalized on its steep hills to build a vibrant community featuring the Round House, a museum and a former residence of President Obama.

Newton: The Fields of Newton

Explore Newton's topography, its oldest roads, that 19th-centry architecture to find vestiges of its rolling hills.

Boston: Southwest Corridor Park

Follow this walk to see what happens when a park is built instead of an expressway.

Boston: South Boston and Dorchester Bay

South Boston is home to beaches, boathouses, and panoramic views of Boston Harbor and Dorchester Bay.

Boston: South Bay Harbor Trail

This walk connects Boston's inland neighborhoods to the expanding amenities of Boston Harbor, such as the New England Aquarium, the Children's Museum and more.

Somerville: SomervilleWalks

We've labeled the city in 5-minute increments so that you can get healthy while enjoying Somerville by foot. (Available in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.)

Somerville: SomervilleParks

From street hockey to swimming pools, this map shows that there's something for everyone at each of Somerville's Parks and Playgrounds.

Boston: Savin Hill

A delightful jumble of residential architectural styles, views of the sea and Downtown Skyline Overlook all intersect with the serenity of Savin Hill.


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