Several new walks have been added for this spring. Please note that some walks are in partnership with AMC and require registration (free in these cases) by contacting the coordinator listed in the event description on their site. Links are provided in the individual event listings where needed.
You can always check for upcoming events by LCT and of interest to LCT members and Littleton residents on our events calendar.
The next few upcoming events:
Oak Hill, Littleton MA
On Saturday November 4th, join Land Steward Bill Brown for an easy two-hour hike over part of the 220-acre Oak Hill Conservation Land. The planned route is 2.5 miles long and has about 600 feet of ascent. Meet at the parking area off Oak Hill Rd., around the corner from the old railroad depot (GPS […]
Cobb Memorial Forest Nashoba Road entrance, Littleton MA
Nashoba Woodlands encompasses the trails within and connecting Cobb Trail, Cobb Forest, George and Lucy Yapp Conservation Land, Morrison Orchard Extension, Fort Rock and Shaker Lane School Land. Trustees Rick Finlay and Fran Meyers will lead this walk. The walk will start at the Nashoba Road entrance to the Cobb Forest and proceed to Fort […]
Prouty Woods, Littleton MA
Join LCT President Don Maciver and trustee Fran Meyers for a walk in New England Forestry Foundation’s Prouty Woods. Note that parking will depend on the status of work being done on the fire station and Wilderness Road. Prouty Woods is a unique and significant tract of woodland within minutes of Route 495. The property […]
Long Lake Park (Harwood Avenue), Littleton MA
Join Land Stewards Jim and Karen O’Neil on the day after Thanksgiving, November 24th, as they lead a Black Friday walk at Long Lake Park. This will be a moderately difficult two hour hike through the diverse 180 acre park. We will meet at the parking area on Harwood Ave. The hike will begin at […]
Sarah Doublet Forest (Nagog Road entrance), Littleton MA
Join LCT Trustee Scott Lewis for an active 2 hour hike through parts of the 98 acre Sarah Doublet Forest. This walk has a dual focus of exercise and nature photography. We’ll get a workout on the steeper sections and we’ll look for photographic opportunities in the small details along the trail. Bring your hiking […]