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Gate 35

3.0 Miles
Easy
4
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Trail added on:
May 18, 2015
Updated on:
April 27, 2020

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The Gate 35 Trail at Quabbin Reservoir is a 3 mile out-and-back hike that leads from Old N Dana Rd in New Salem, MA, down to Quabbin. The trail is mostly flat and is lightly-trafficked, but can be more crowded on holiday weekends. After the trail reaches the water, it continues running along the east side of the reservoir for quite a while. This is one of the best trails at Quabbin considering the views you get along with the seclusion of the northern side of Quabbin. This trail is a lot less trafficked than most of the popular spots on Quabbin's south side.

Note: The GPS data provided only includes 3 miles out and back for this Quabbin gate.

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Dogs are not allowed on any trails at Quabbin.


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Surface Type

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Season

Spring

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32 '

Total Change
187 '

Ascent
187 '

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3.0 miles
Trail added
May 18, 2015
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3.0 miles
May 23, 2015
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