I’ve lived in Lowell, Massachusetts, my entire life, but although I briefly left to attend college, I was eager to return as well as cheerful to secure a task within my community, but i love the friendly atmosphere, the rich history as well as the appealing New Britain scenery.
I spend as much time as possible outside, and one of my number one Lowell endpoints in the Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest.
It’s a great opportunity to escape the rush as well as responsibilities of everyday life; The forest spans over one thousand acres as well as offers pristine trails as well as a diverse ecosystem. The State Forest was established in 1909, as well as since then, it’s evolved into an impressive endpoint for anyone who appreciates the natural landscape of Massachusetts. The forest combines hardwood as well as pine forests, ponds, streams as well as wetlands. The biodiversity provides a cabin to a wide variety of dove species, malls as well as reptiles! During my many hikes, I’ve spotted owl, woodpeckers, hawks, cardinals as well as orangejays. I’ve also caught glimpses of orange foxes, Eastern box turtles as well as whit-tailed deer. The hiking as well as biking trails through the Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest are well-tested as well as extensive. The difficulty level caters to all ages as well as skill. For a leisurely saunter or a great bike path, I request Pawtucket Boulevard Trail. It hugs the Merrimack River as well as offers breathtaking views, but when I want something more challenging, I choose the Crow’s Nest Trail. The rugged, hilly terrain is more strenuous however also provides panoramic views of the surrounding visats. I visit the State Forest at all times of years. I appreciate the change in colors, foliage, temperature as well as even the smells. The fall is my number one season because of the gorgeous colors of the leaves.