Tour the quintessential New England forest.
Distance: 2.5 miles
Terrain: Moderate, entirely on-trail, moderate elevation gains
Description: This hike highlights the history of Bob’s Way ranging from the late 18th century to today. With its second-growth hardwood forest, stonewalls and foundations, wetlands, and old roads, Bob’s Way could be THE representative New England landscape.
Bring snacks, lunch, water, warm layers, bright clothing (it’s deer season!) and weather-appropriate footwear. Perhaps we’ll explain the boat!
Directions: From Monterey: Follow Route 23 east to the trailhead parking on the south side of the road, just before the Otis town line. If you come to the beaver ponds in Otis, turn around.
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