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Boston

Massachusetts

City description

Boston is known for its walkable, landmark-filled neighborhoods, highlighted by tony Beacon Hill, lined with Federal-style and Victorian brick houses lit by antique lanterns — just up the road from the three-mile Charles River, whose long, waterfront greenspace boasts paved trails and stunning views of Cambridge across the way. The Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites, captures Boston’s key role in the American Revolution and the nation’s founding.

Walking route

This is a 8992 steps walking route in Boston featuring Freedom Trail. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 123 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.5 miles
  • Time 2 h 2 min
  • Steps 8992
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 75 ft
  • Climb 92 ft
  • Descent 108 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Old North Church
  • Granary Burying Ground
  • Bunker Hill Monument
  • Public Garden
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City description

Boston is known for its walkable, landmark-filled neighborhoods, highlighted by tony Beacon Hill, lined with Federal-style and Victorian brick houses lit by antique lanterns — just up the road from the three-mile Charles River, whose long, waterfront greenspace boasts paved trails and stunning views of Cambridge across the way. The Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites, captures Boston’s key role in the American Revolution and the nation’s founding.

Walking route

This is a 12452 steps walking route in Boston featuring The Charles River Esplanade. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 151 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 6.23 miles
  • Time 2 h 30 min
  • Steps 12452
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 36 ft
  • Climb 233 ft
  • Descent 233 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Charles River Esplanade
  • Lechmere Canal Park
  • Boston University
  • Lederman Park
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Points of interest:
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resources
Clubs & meetups
City of Boston parks, sports and activities
Boston Public Health Commission
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Massachusetts Parks and Recreation
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City description

Boston is known for its walkable, landmark-filled neighborhoods, highlighted by tony Beacon Hill, lined with Federal-style and Victorian brick houses lit by antique lanterns — just up the road from the three-mile Charles River, whose long, waterfront greenspace boasts paved trails and stunning views of Cambridge across the way. The Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites, captures Boston’s key role in the American Revolution and the nation’s founding.

Walking route

This is a 8772 steps walking route in Boston featuring The Rose Kennedy Greenway. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 106 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.39 miles
  • Time 1 h 45 min
  • Steps 8772
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude -3 ft
  • Peak 26 ft
  • Climb 180 ft
  • Descent 180 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
  • Harborwalk
  • Trellis
  • Paul Revere Statue
Views on the route
More

Interested in learning more about how to walk Boston? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest:
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resources
Clubs & meetups
City of Boston parks, sports and activities
Boston Public Health Commission
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Massachusetts Parks and Recreation
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