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DATEWALKMILESLOCATION
Sat Jun 5Hudson Loop Walk30miJersey City to GWB to WTC (ECG)
Sat Jun 19Cresheim Wissahickon Hike12miChestnut Hill PA
Sat Jul 17Schuylkill Banks Walk15miPhiladelphia to Tinicum PA (ECG)
Sat Aug 21Pennypack Trail20-27Holmesburg to Ft Washington PA
Sun Aug 22Wissahickon Trail20miFt Washington to Phila PA
Sat Aug 28Celebrate the Greenway Walk10-20miJersey City to Bayonne/Elizabeth
Sat Sep 11Down the Shore16miCape May to Wildwood, NJ
Sat Sep 25Endless Summer Walk30miMatawan to Asbury Park NJ
Sat Oct 9Bristol Stomp!18miBristol PA to Trenton NJ (ECG)
Sun Oct 17Great Staten Island Loop19miJersey City, NJ
Sat Oct 23FreeWalkers Marathon13-26miPhiladelphia to Chestnut Hill PA
Sun Oct 24Bronx Coast to Coast Walk18miBronx, NY
Sat Oct 30Watchung Loop Walk8mi Mountainside, NJ
Sun Oct 31Happy Halloween Walk15miTarrytown, NY
Sat Nov 6Cooper River Walk15-30miPhilly to Lindenwold, NJ
Sun Nov 7Bronx River Trail15miBronx to White Plains, NY
Sat Nov 13Bayonne Loop Walk15-20miBayonne, NJ
Sat Nov 20Palisades Loop Walk18-27miManhattan
Sun Dec 5Train Wreck at the Gulch5-15miHolmeburg/Bryn Athyn PA
Sun Dec 11Winter Hudson Loop30miJersey City to NYC
Sat Dec 18Philly Christmas Walk10miPhiladelphia
Apr 23-24Old Town Alexandria Greenway Walk40miAlexandria, VA

Our yearly Boston area walk is back again by popular demand. This is an AMC event to which FreeWalkers and all others are welcome, a repeat of last year's route.  

 

AMC event info

This 14 mile walk has it all -  From beach, marsh, greenway, harbor & river, to ethnic & downtown neighborhoods; sand sculpting contest, cider brewery & more.  Start with a visit to the annual Sand Sculpting Festival on Revere Beach, the nation’s first public beach; see marsh birds at Belle Isle, the last salt water marsh within Boston city limits; put your feet into the ocean at little Constitution Beach;  experience the transitions of Boston’s traditional East Boston neighborhood, serving Italian and now Latin American immigrants, as well as an increasingly upscale population; check out the best view of the Boston skyline at Piers Park;  take the Blue Line from Maverick Station under Boston Harbor and walk along its wharves;  cross the Charles River over locks and dams; walk along the Charles River Basin through Paul Revere, North Point and Esplanade parks; cross the Back Bay neighborhood to the Boston Marathon finish line in Copley Square; and celebrate at the Solas Irish pub.  

Start: We will meet at the upper level plaza that overlooks Revere Beach at the Wonderland Station of the MBTA Blue Line in Revere at 8:30 am. NOTE: There are many locations along the route, supported by MBTA, that make it easy to join or exit the walk. 

Our local guide is Fran Price, a FreeWalker, Boston resident and dedicated walker francine.j.price@gmail.com.

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