If you know me, you also know that I hike a lot. I’ve been to lots of places but there’s still so much more to explore, even in my own backyard here in southern New Hampshire. Tucked away in the small town of Amherst is one such place: the nearly 600-acre Joe English Reservation, which I had never visited until just recently. After walking a good portion of the trails in the reservation, I’m sure I’ll be back to check out the rest.

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The main access point for Joe English Reservation is at the end of Brook Road in Amherst. Another trailhead is located to the east on Chestnut Hill Road. For more information and to download a trail map, visit the Town of Amherst’s website or the Amherst Conservation Commission.

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