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This is a shaded trail that parallels Highland Ave. You can begin/park at NTB/National Lumber and follow it south towards Oak Street. Along the way, occasionally there are art installations. At Oak Street, there is an adjacent bocci court and picnic tables. You can continue there for a very short bit on the trail towards the tv tower/Charles, but my recommendation would be to make a left onto Oak Street and head towards Highland Ave. Once there, if you make a right, you’ll see two DCR marble posts starting an unnamed trail that will take you along the Charles to Second Ave. if you follow Second Ave a couple of blocks, it will take you right towards Cutler Park. You can bike the length of the Futker Park loop around the lake, which often has swans. It’s a pretty extension to the Greenway Path and for almost the entire ride, you are in a path A pretty ride, I recommend it
My two children and I love to take this trail for a walk or bike ride!
This trail is good for walking and kid’s bike only. Not for cycling.
Pleasantly surprised by this vast network of well-kept trails as well as rural roads. Trailhead is readily accessible from MBTA parking lot. Easy and serene ride down to Aaron River Reservoir. Passed several offshoot paths. Most seemed to offer a compact and comfortable riding surface. I had no trouble nor did I feel limited on my old school road bike.
Always a pleasant ride. Flat, paved, scenic a really pleasant ride. Plenty of places to stop and take in the sights.
Extremely narrow, muddy, full of roots and ups and downs. This would be hard to navigate with hiking boots, let alone a bike... ridiculous.
It was an easy trail for a family consisting of all ages. Well-maintained and clean
Beautiful clean walk or bike ride.
I love this trail. Few bumpy spots due to tree roots but overall a great trail with great scenery.
Beautiful and well maintained.
Nice bike and walking trail between two bodies of water. Will definitely return.
This one does not disappoint! Comfy ride, ice cream, lemonade, coffee stands on the way to the sea. Love it!
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