It's that time of the year again! Summer is in full swing and whether you're just getting into biking or you're a pro, these are the top 5 biking trails in Boston.
1. Millennium Park
Looking for great views of Downtown Boston? Look no further than Millennium Park. With 6 miles of trails, its not a place to spend the day, but it's a great place to get out and get some fresh air when you're time constrained.
2. Stonybrook Reservation
Want to get your nature on? Drop by the Stonybrook Reservation for anywhere from a 10 minute to hour long ride. This park is beautiful ride in the spring, and with paths of varying lengths you can choose your own adventure.
3. Charles River Reservation
If you want to spend a few hours biking, you should definitely check out the Charles River Reservation. There are 17 miles of path to explore and a good deal of them come with killer river views, it's not to be missed!
4. Deer Island
Deer Island is not actually an island, but rather a peninsula. Jutting out from the Winthrop area, even further into Massachusetts bay than the airport, Deer Island has 5 miles of trails for you to explore.
5. Blue Hills Reservation
Twenty minutes South of Boston is the Blue Hills Reservation. Boasting 7000 acres of land and over 20 miles of trails ranging from beginner to advanced, it's totally worth the trip.