The Weston College Land Loop Trail in Weston, Massachusetts is a moderate 3.1-mile trail that runs along the perimeter of the park and eventually passes College Pond before ending along Concord Road.
The Weston College Lands feature several miles of well maintained trails through the woods and around College Pond on Cherry Brook. To follow this recording, stay along the outer-most trail at the park as you navigate the perimeter. You will be passing through old fields, stone walls, and other evidence of farming in years past. The metal rim of a wagon wheel lays beside one of the trails.
When you reach the end of the trail along Concord Road, you'll need to trek west towards the entrance road for the park and back to the parking lot. Plan for slightly more than 3.1-miles to complete the loop back to parking.
Please note this trail includes a loop and some short spurs. Bicycles, horses, and dogs are allowed on this trail.
Most of the trails are fairly easily passable. There are couple of the less frequented spurs that do not have bridges over streams.
Parking: The best place to park is at Burchard Field.