- can enjoy the dog hikes we provide.
METROWEST Dog Hikes -- THIS PAGE WILL LIST ALL TOWNS. EACH WILL HAVE ITS OWN HORO TAB. A COUPLE ROWS OF FOUR. FIRST TAB WILL BE THE FEATURED ONE, SO IT SHOWS A VARIETY OF TOWNS IN ONE EYE SHOT AS THE DEFAULT.
maybe just have a couple top metrowest picks showing. 3?. i can switch it up. i can call it top seasonal picks or whatever, to indicate that it changes.
bACK TO MAIN LIBRARY PAGE...
Day Trip for Dog Hikes...and More!
If you live some distance away from the Metrowest, MAKE A DAY TRIP OUT OF IT! In the guides included in the Metrowest Dog Hikes section, I give you a bunch of cool things to do while you're in the area.
We often drive up north for the day to see foliage or to ski. Well, why not drive to the metrowest towns of Bolton, Stow and Sudbury for the day? ...You could even do a full weekend and still have more stuff to see!
DOGGIE DAY TRIP SUGGESTION:
My suggestion is to combine Stow's Heath Hen and Bolton's Lime Quarry, if you want to hit more than one of the properties in the Metrowest Region of our Library.
It's not that you can't also work Sudbury's Haynes in there...You can. And it's awesome, trust me. But the Stow and Bolton properties are relatively closer to one another--connect my Rt. 117...a short distance.
You've got at least 3 apple orchards / farms you can visit. Historic sites like the Bolton Pan District. Cool restaurants and coffee shops like the Bolton Bean in Bolton, and Emma's in Stow. Even a pet store in Stow.
But if you're coming from 95/128, you could hit Sudbury first, then decide if you just want to hang in Sudbury with attractions like the Wayside Inn and the other trails that are super close to Haynes.
harvard, martha, kalousdian etc in one course for hidden, and
*********************THIS IS ONE COURSE WITH A FEW HIDDEN'S INSIDE OF IT.....FOR NOW
000000 keeping the two colums to the right of it, so it stays in the same location and not goes horozontal/wide, plus, i'll probably add more