The Holy Hill Trails In Massachusetts Leads To A Former Historic Shaker Worship Site
Massachusetts undoubtedly has some of the best hiking trails in the northeast. With trails through hills, valleys, and mountains, along the coast, around ponds, to historical sites and beyond, there are plenty of views and fascinating places to take in along the way. If you’re looking to hike to a historic site in Massachusetts, one fascinating place to visit is the Holy Hill Conservation Area in the town of Harvard.
Would you like to hike to this historic site in Massachusetts? If you’ve been here before please tell us about your experience in the comments. To view the Holy Hill Trails map, visit AllTrails. For more information on the Holy Hill Conservation Area, visit the Harvard Conservation Trust website.
If you’re looking for some short and easy hikes in Massachusetts, click here to read about 13 Hikes Under 5 Miles.
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Address: Holy Hill Conservation Area, 78 S Shaker Rd, Harvard, MA 01451, USA
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