The Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord, Massachusetts holds a host of trails and chance to see all kinds of wildlife. Image courtesy of Larry Warfield.

7 Great New England Nature Walks

The songbird symphony fills the air. Breathe in the brined scent of the marsh. See the wind flutter through the woods while taking in a story told from silent signs. Walking in nature isn’t only about climbing rugged mountains with loaded backpacks or trekking deep… More »

The mile-long trail around Quincy Bog in Rumney, New Hampshire includes wooden planks allowing visitors to walk over water. Photo by Marty Basch.

Bitten and Smitten by Bogs

Wet and spongy bogs are the little feeder ski hills of hiking. They’re an easy entryway into the world of trekking for the young while also forgiving footpaths for those who’ve tallied a lifetime of miles. Teaming with plants and wildlife, bogs are, simply put,… More »