Thursday, May 28, 2020

Whipple Hill

I just learned about Whipple Hill a few months ago and took advantage of a clear day last weekend to go exploring. The park is in Lexington and is a lovely trail system with rocky outcrops and some other hidden treasures.

 A well-known part of the reserve is the abandoned 1952 Packard upside down in the woods. It's just there on the trail and so neat to see all the bits all rusted out, just sitting there. Not far from there is a set of stairs to nowhere too. I laughed since it reminded me of 2020...solid start then collapse...
 I love hikes that have rocky trails - it's my favorite type of hike to get to climb over a mix of terrain. Eventually, on this trail I ended up at the highest point in Lexington and then made my way back down.
A super easy and exciting trail and beautiful place to get away for a bit!



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15 thoughts on the matter:

Handmade in Israel said... {Reply}

This looks like a lovely place for a walk. It looks so green and fresh! Everything is already turning brown here.

Joanne said... {Reply}

I often wonder what it would be like to find a hiking trail in Florida or other non-rocky places as I do enjoy a good rocky New England trail too.

Tom said... {Reply}

...Whiiple Hill looks like my kind of place!!!

aspiritofsimplicity said... {Reply}

What a pretty place. I love being near the ocean but it’s such a drive for me to get to any woods. Well, there’s the Lynn woods but I’m a bit Leary of them.

Life Images by Jill, West Australia said... {Reply}

Looks like a lovely interesting walk. Thanks for taking us along. Enjoy the rest of your week, and thanks again for the link up.

Michele Morin said... {Reply}

We have some favorite wooded trails as well. I am grateful for the good weather and time to walk them.

Shelbee on the Edge said... {Reply}

Tamar, what a beautiful place to hike. I am always intrigued by wreckage like the old Packard out there. Very cool!

Shelbee
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Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

Love the old car wreakage!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

What a cool place to go for a hike! I love that Packard too!

Lucy said... {Reply}

So many good hiking forest parks near my house too- I just love this! Your trails are amazing. Please come link up with me on Friday-THanks!

Barbara R. said... {Reply}

Great trail, fun to see ruins of both kinds. Yes, rocks are good to climb on too.

LA Paylor said... {Reply}

such a good photographer. You capture a mood in your images.

Meditations in Motion said... {Reply}

What a beautiful place to hike. Love your comparison of the stairs to nowhere to 2020. So true!

Bekah said... {Reply}

We miss our trails! Sure are looking forward to getting back to those soon!

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

What a cool place. Very lovely. I would love to go there.