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Mount Washington Cape Cod National Seashore Cape Ann A day in the Wellfleet Sanctuary
  Noanet Peak
This is Boston's best-kept secret for hiking, less than an hour away from the city.
Cost: Free
Duration: Full day
The Cape Cod National Seashore

If you like loneliness, the sea, the sun and hours of walking on infinite beaches, this is THE place to hike.

Cost: Free
Duration: Full day
  Cape Ann
Tour the rocky shores of the Cape on this route that leads you through Gloucester, Rockport and to multiple vistas over the ocean.
Cost: $15 (bike
rental)
Duration: Full day
A day in the Wellfleet Sanctuary

Mount Monadnock is an Alp-like experience. This trek takes you away from the trade route and through the longest hike available in the area- sure to make you feel further away than New Hampshire.

Cost: $5 per person
Duration: Full day
       
The Direct Route to Mount Monadnock The Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Mount Liberty Harbor Islands
The Direct Route to Mount Monadnock

This trek takes you to the summit relatively easily - but you will still be proud you made it to the top!

Cost: $3 per person
Duration: Full day



  The Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary

This is one Mass Audubon’s largest sanctuaries, perfect for a long hike through woods, meadows and wetlands in complete solitude

Cost: $4
Duration: Full day
Mount Liberty

New Hampshire's White Mountains at their best: A long hike up a big mountain—you will be rewarded with an incredible view when you finally emerge in the sun with the world at your feet.

Cost: Free
Duration: Full day
  Harbor Islands

The best kept secret of the US National Parks – enjoy a castaway experience 30 minutes from downtown Boston . . . by boat!

Cost: $10 adults
$7 children 4-12
Duration: Half-day/full day
       
Misery Islands Rock Climbing Course Skyline Trail at Blue Hills Reservation Intro to Kayaking
  Misery Islands

Two small rugged islands with great beaches and fewer visitors than the Boston Harbor Islands. No house, no power, no water . . . castaway atmosphere guaranteed!

Cost: $7 per person
Duration: Half-day/full day
Rock Climbing Course
With this EMS class, stop being a spectator, and become one of those spider men (or women) that people watch with envy on rocky walls.
Cost: $170 per
person
Duration: Full day
  The Skyline Trail at Blue Hills Reservation

Get a feel for what it means to be really tired after a full day of hiking . . . Only 30 minutes from Boston!

Cost: Free
Duration: Half-day/full day
Intro to Kayaking

Have you already seen those paddlers in the distance, exploring coastal islands and secret coves in silence? Discover here how to become one of them!

Cost: $115 per person
Duration: Full day
       
Walking - Cape Ann The Big One at Mt. Monadnock Middlesex Fells Reservation  
  The Lexington Loop
This 30-mile ride brings you to one of the most picturesque landscapes in all New England.
Cost: Free
Duration: Full day
The Big One at Mount Monadnock

Mount Monadnock is an Alp-like experience. This trek takes you away from the trade route and through the longest hike available in the area- sure to make you feel further away than New Hampshire.

Cost: $3 per person
Duration: Full day
  The Skyline Trail at Middlesex Fells Reservation

Where else could you spend a full day hiking across woods, boulder and ponds . . . 15 minutes from downtown boston?

Cost: Free
Duration: Half-day/full day
 
 

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