April 17, 2021 – Fiske Hill Loop Trail – Massachusetts

Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Fiske Hill Loop Trail in Lexington, Massachusetts. The Fiske Hill Loop Trail is approximately one mile trail that loops through a wooded area. It is part of the Minute Man National Historical Park. Fiske Hill is known for being the location for the opening battle of the American Revolution in 1775.

We had a rainy Adventure to the Fiske Hill Loop Trail. I have always been curious about this Trail so we decided to go for a walk there before heading to our formal destination. As my New England friends and family know we had a late snow storm yesterday, receiving about three inches in my area. However, most of the snow had melted, so we were left with mud, and some slippery snow on this little hike. However, weather, nor trail conditions, rarely stop us so off we went. We began our walk over a small bridge and stream and then headed into the woods. The trail was a bit confusing at places, and several times we went off on what might be side trails before returning to what was the suspected loop. The trail was somewhat dull, but we were pleased to walk in a new location. There were some open fields, rock fences, and some green peering under and over the snow in parts. Wilma loved the new smells, and oddly seemed a little uneasy but once we began walking on one of our local favorites she was back to her confident self. Glad we finally got to check out the Fiske Hill Loop Trail (Rating: 2.5)

7 thoughts on “April 17, 2021 – Fiske Hill Loop Trail – Massachusetts

  1. That trail was always my favorite lunchtime walk when I was working just down the road. Recommend you try it when trees & flowers are out. I particularly like the open meadow at the top. You just picked a bad day to do it!

    Mary Ann

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