Ponkapoag Pond Trail In Massachusetts Is Beautiful All Year, Even In The Dead Of Winter
Hiking is a popular activity for all Bay Staters, as Massachusetts is home to some of the most beautiful hikes in the nation. However, it can be hard to get hyped up for a hike in the dead of winter. Deep inside Blue Hills Reservation near Canton, you’ll find a majestic trail that won’t take too much out of you, and it’s a sight to see even when covered in snow. Ponkapoag Pond Trail is an easy loop trail that’s beautiful all year long, but some would argue it’s even better in the winter months. Let’s get on our snowshoes and get ready to see an enchanting winter wonderland via Ponkapoag Pond Trail in the Blue Hills Reservation.
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