The One Incredible Trail That Spans The Entire City Of Boston

Water views are always desirable and there’s one trail in Boston that offers expansive ocean – and river – vistas to those willing to explore it. You’ve probably already hiked some of the HarborWalk’s 43 miles, whether you knew it or not. Still, there are many more things to see and do along this route than you may have realized.

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So, whether you’re looking for an urban walk or a city oasis, this trail will meet your needs.

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has recently received funding to create a HarborWalk Benefits Map to make the trail easier to use. While that project isn’t yet complete, it suggests that this hike will get even better in years to come. Learn more about this at the website for Boston Harbor Now.

What’s your favorite stretch of the HarborWalk? Let us know in the comments below!

For more hiking ideas, check out these 7 easy hikes in and around Boston.