The Mount Misery COnservation Lands provide beautiful views of the Sudbury River and Fairhaven Bay. These woods were a favorite haunt of Thoreau. The hike goes through hemlock woods and a patch of open marsh. There's lots of wildlife to be seen! This is a circular hike on gently sloped and well-groomed trails.
From Route 128 take exit 26 onto Route 20 east. Go 0.2 mile on Route 20 and then turn left onto Route 117 west. Follow Route 117 for 6.9 miles to the Lincoln Conservation Land-Mount Misery parking entrance on the right (just 0.7 mile after Route 117 passes the intersection with Route 126).
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