Biking is an ideal way to explore the neighborhoods surrounding Boston. While cycling, you can gain access to city routes closed to vehicle traffic and explore some hidden gems of nature.
Go green while getting a strong dose of heart-healthy exercise when you check out these great local bike trails near our Cambridge apartments.
A Boston city park more than a century-and-a-half old, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is dedicated to educating the world about plants through its living exhibits. The conservatory's extensive system of paved roads is mainly closed to motorized vehicles, but it's ideal for a scenic bike ride. When you're done exploring the park, the small summit of Peters Hill provides a breathtaking view of downtown Boston.
Located in the heart of Boston, the Emerald Necklace Parks provide a linking system of trails for cycling throughout the city. The route travels between the Public Garden and Franklin Park, passing through Back Bay Fens, Olmstead Park, and Riverway. Plan to pedal around Leverett Pond and Jamaica Pond, enjoying the scenic city, park, and water views.
Easily accessible by MBTA trains, the Mystic River Reservation is a series of parks and greenways all along the Mystic River. Trails for both biking and walking abound. The trail system offers level terrain and great views of the river and Boston.
When you're ready to hop off bike trails and refuel, get healthfully hydrated with a smoothie from a Cambridge cafe. When you're looking for a beautiful new place to call home, contact us. We'll schedule a tour of our Cambridge apartments today.
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