What a great winter! Despite a mild winter, we were able to open on December 22nd and stay open through the end of March, a true testament to the power of our snowmaking system and seasoned staff.
Experience the natural beauty of Massachusetts just a few miles outside Boston. Blue Hills Reservation stretches over 7,000 acres, covering parts of Quincy, Braintree, Canton, Dedham, Milton, and Randolph. There are 125 miles of trails to explore through forests and wetlands, up hills, and more.
Mountain History. Blue Hill Mountain is a 934-foot monadnock (isolated mountain) which has long been a local landmark. Awanadjo, an Abenaki word for “small, misty mountain” was the name given to the mountain by Native Americans, the Abenaki Indians in Penobscot Bay.
Blue Hills Reservation has a lot to offer both lifelong hikers and those who want to stroll through stunning scenery. There are 125 miles of trails that will take you over hills, through marshes, across meadows, and more. Make sure you bring a trail map. You can buy one at Reservation Headquarters ...
Blue Hills Ski Area is located in Canton, Massachusetts offering 60 acres of skier and rider accessible terrain. With a vertical drop of 309-feet and 90% snowmaking ability, skiers and riders have access to 12 trails and a terrain park. Mountain access features a double-chair, magic carpet, wonder carpet and a handle tow.
Blue Hills Reservation is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking. It is also used for snowshoeing, downhill skiing, and cross country skiing during winter, and rock climbing (in certain areas) and horseback riding during permissible months. Between approximately December and March, Great Blue Hill offers a ski area.
Blue Hills is a fire road mountain bike trail in Milton, Massachusetts. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Blue Hills bike trail in Milton.
Blue Hills Reservation is a popular hiking and mountain biking destination located about 10 miles south of downtown Boston. The Massachusetts State Park offers more than 125 miles of trails and is one of the largest parcels of undeveloped conservation land within the Boston metropolitan area.
Blue Hill Mountain is a popular hike just north of the town of Blue Hill. The open summit affords excellent views over the Blue Hill Peninsula, Acadia, and Camden Hills. The Osgood Trail is approximately 1 mile to the summit, taking about 35-45 minutes each way. This trail is easy to moderate and mostly wooded with loose rock, exposed roots and ...
The Blue Hills just west of Bremerton, Washington, also called the Bremerton Hills, Bald Hills, and Wildcat Hills, consist of Gold Mountain, Green Mountain, and several informally named hills. Reaching an elevation of 1761 feet (537 meters), a thousand feet above the glacial till that fills the Puget Lowland, they form a prominent landmark visible around the region.