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Fort River Trail

1.0 Mile
Easy
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Trail added on:
May 23, 2017
Updated on:
November 12, 2020

Dogs (leashed)

The Fort River Trail at the Silvio O Conte National Wildlife Refuge in Amherst, Massachusetts is an easy 1 mile loop hike along a gravel and boardwalk trail.

A lot of the trail runs along a boardwalk, so it's handicap accessible and great for kids. There are benches every 10th of a mile or so, so you can sit down to enjoy the views or eat lunch.

Nothing special, but just a really nice hike through the woods in Amherst. Dogs are allowed.


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Season

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18 '

Total Change
17 '

Ascent
21 '

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