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The white-blazed Bullard Farm Loop is a two-mile section of the Chestnut Hill Trail system that gives visitors a view of scenic former farmland as well as peaceful woodlands. The trail to the south from the parking area at the Bullard Farm Bed and Breakfast skirts the Swift River, climbs to North Pond Ridge (and connects to the North Pond Ridge Trail), and returns for the final leg along Elm St. Nearby is a dramatic waterfall known as the Bear’s Den, on land protected by The Trustees of Reservations.

Description:

The white-blazed Bullard Farm Loop is a two-mile section of the Chestnut Hill Trail system that gives visitors a view of scenic former farmland as well as peaceful woodlands. The trail to the south from the parking area at the Bullard Farm Bed and Breakfast skirts the Swift River, climbs to North Pond Ridge (and connects to the North Pond Ridge Trail), and returns for the final leg along Elm St. Nearby is a dramatic waterfall known as the Bear’s Den, on land protected by The Trustees of Reservations.

Directions:

From Rte. 2 take Exit 16, Rte. 202 S. Cross the 202/122 intersection, take the next right, Elm St., and go 1 mile.

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Contact:

New England Forestry Foundation
32 Foster St.
PO Bos 1346
Littleton, MA 01460
info@newenglandforestry.org