Friends of the Blue Hills helps maintain the Reservation's 125 miles of trails, control invasive plants that threaten endangered species, and advocate for policies that protect the park from inappropriate development.


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Photo Contest Winners
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Congratulations to everyone who submitted photos to the 35 Years and Counting Photo Contest.  There were so many stunning photos!  (See all the photos.)

And kudos to Michael Greene from Quincy who received the judge-awarded prize (see photo left) and to Elle Pinault from East Providence, RI who won received the most votes and was awarded the “People’s Prize.”  (See Elle’s photo below.)  Both winners were presented with a $250 gift certificate to LLBean at our Annual Celebration.

 

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Recommended Trails
Want to hike the Blue Hills, but don't know where to begin? Visit our recommended trails page for the best hiking near Boston.

 




Want to hike the Blue Hills, but don't know where to begin? Click here for recommendations to the best hiking near Boston. If you're interested in hiking Boston and Boston hiking, the Blue Hills Reservation offers great hikes near Boston. If you want to go hiking around Boston, be sure to check our suggested Boston hikes in the Blue Hills. The Blue Hills also offers a good place to find a South Shore MA mountain biking trail and you'll enjoy great Boston birding and birding near Boston. You'll also find a great swimming hole south of Boston at the Blue Hills Reservation and in general, great family fun South Shore.