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Oak Hill (Littleton)

There are several points of interest to visit. Lookout Rock stands 475 feet high and provides a view toward the south and southeast. Tophet Chasm and Oak Hill are at the northern tip of a long ridge of hills called Shrewsbury Ridge by geologists. In glacial times, the ridge was the eastern shore of a

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Zink-Northwoods (Bolton)

The Sochalski property features substantial beaver activity. This is town-owned land and was once the location of a sawmill owned by the Zink family, remnants showcase the industrial activity visible from the trail connecting to sugar road. The properties are also sprinkled with glacial erratics throughout the forested areas.

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East Bare Hill Trail

East Bare Hill Land

The East Bare Hill Land is a scenic property with a gentle brook running through it. The land connects to the Bolton Loop Trail when you cross onto the Zink Northwoods property. This large parcel provides many options for longer hikes in Bolton. Look for the old sawmill dam as you follow the trail that

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Vaughn Hill

A large pond formed by a beaver dam causing the once wet meadow to be flooded which sits at the southeast side of the core conservation area. The pond is host to a significant beaver lodge. The “North Peak” is one of the highest points of elevation between Boston and Wachusett Mountain. Streams flow throughout

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