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3 Hikes With Great Views

Posted by Susie Callahan on Mon, Aug 03, 2015

Play hooky from work one day this week and go on one of these hikes around MA. Each one has breathtaking views that are sure to wow

1.  Mount Misery: "Ignore its name and embrace Mount Misery in Lincoln. This circular, well-groomed hike offers views of the Sudbury River and Fairhaven Bay. And the woods were once a favorite spot for Henry David Thoreau."

2. Monument Mountain:  "Hike to the peak of Great Barrington’s Monument Mountain and look for the cave where a conversation between Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville inspired ideas for Moby Dick."

3. Parker River Wildlife Refuge: "The Parker River Wildlife Refuge in Newburyport is made up of more than 4,700 acres of beach, dunes, cranberry bogs, forest, and freshwater marsh."

 

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