Updated DCR Blue Hills Reservation Trail Map Now Available

The DCR Blue Hills Reservation, in cooperation with the Trailside Museum Charitable Trust has published the latest version of the Blue Hills map.

You’ll notice a few minor changes from the last printing (in September 2010), including:

  • Two trail closures for resource protection at Hemlock Bound Trail and Rattlesnake Hill – single track trails
  • Added 23 additional intersection markers for improved orientation

A complete list of December 2011 map edits is available upon request by sending an email to: Maggi.Brown@state.ma.us

DCR strongly encourages you to upgrade to the new map with a printing date of December 2011 for the latest trail improvements and official park information.

The new trail maps are for sale for $2 each at the DCR Blue Hills Reservation headquarters at 695 Hillside Street in Milton and at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum at 1904 Canton Avenue in Milton. Please contact Ranger Maggi Brown at 617-698-1802, ext. 213, if you have any questions or would like a complete list of 2011 edits.

For additional DCR info please visit www.mass.gov/dcr

One Response to “Updated DCR Blue Hills Reservation Trail Map Now Available”

  1. hdvorak says:

    I love hiking in Blue Hills

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