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The Becket Land Trust is a great place for families to take a 20 minute hike to the quarry. What magnificent views. We have been Land Trust members for years and enjoy it there. Hikers have many miles to explore. Enjoy. Ten dollar parking fee.
Each year during peak foliage time we hike the quarry...all of the trails are well marked and vary in their intensity level. It is worth the effort to hike all the way to the top...absolutely beautiful view! A bit of history is mixed into the...More
O have been there three times this summer and it's supposed much fin, you can have Ana amazing landscape view and jump from the rocks and try your adrenaline levels to the maximum, you can do different high levels. In resume you can have lot...More
This is a great hike but I have to say, there is a lot of deviant activity around the trails... When your hiking up there is class alcohol containers broken, beer cans, and all sorts of trash.... It’s sad because as a short trail itself...More
This hike to the quarry was easy and a good combo of easy but with a slight incline. Perfect for family and any novice hikers but enough others trails I think for experienced hikers. Going to come back and check out the other trails soon!...More
January 2016 - No snow meant no xcountry skiing so we hiked to the quarry instead and it exceeded our expectations. We've been to a few quarrys before but this one has an actual trail with informative markers explaining the equipment left behind by the...More
Only had enough time to walk in to the quarry, haven't tried the other paths. It was a 15-20 minute walk up the main path, which is a slight uphill the whole way and somewhat rocky. (Watch your step!) The relics were cool and the...More
Thank you to the Land Trust for preserving open spaces. However, the trail was odd, passing by large areas practically clear cut. The Mass Turnpike was clearly audible for a good portion of the hike. There are also no distances on the trail map. In...More