Weekday hikes for parents, grandparents, caregivers …and children
Every other Tuesday, 11:00 am – Starts April 23
Meet: 840 Hillside St, Milton

Join the Friends of the Blue Hills to enjoy the outdoors with your children during our bi-weekly Peek a Blue Hikes series.  These hikes will occur every other Tuesday at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm beginning April 23.  (For a full list of dates, see below.)  The hikes will be offered every other Tuesday (weather permitting) from 11 a.m.-noon and will start at Houghton’s Pond main parking lot.  Healthy snacks, juice and water will be provided, and everyone is invited to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at Houghton’s Pond after the hike concludes.  Mothers’ groups and play groups are most welcome to join us!

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Upon request, the hikes are stroller friendly.   

Check out the hikes (virtually) via a Patriot Ledge video.

Thanks to our sponsors:

Thank you to AFC Urgent Care in Braintree and Dedham

Thanks to LLBean at Legacy Place for supporting Peek a Blue hikes!  LLBean provides a volunteer hike leader to co-lead hikes to offer more options for all our young participants.

And many thanks to Milton Junior Woman’s Club for sponsoring Peek a Blue hikes again this year!  The grants Milton Junior Woman’s Club distributes are the result of fundraising efforts during the year and reflect the funding philosophy of the MJWC to provide financial support to programs and organizations that strengthen the community and enhance the lives of Milton residents.

Peak a Blue hikes are held every Tuesday, excluding July 2nd until October 23rd at 11:00am, 840 Hillside Street in Milton.  Weather permitting: For more information call 781-828-1805 or email us at info@FriendsoftheBlueHills.org.

April 23 – We’re going to postpone the kick-off festivities until next time, but we look forward to seeing you at 11 am!
May 7
May 21
June 4
June 18
(Not on July 2nd)
July 9
July 23
August 6
August 20
September 3
September 17
October 1
October 15
October 29 (All participants are encouraged to come in costume!)