WFTA Monthly Walk: Doublet Hill, Sunday November 6
On Sunday, November 6 at 2 pm, Weston Forest & Trail Association trustees will lead their second official (and third overall counting last weekend’s Cross-Weston walk) hike on conservation land for this “walk year” of October-May. You can check out the upcoming walks and their descriptions on the WFTA website.
Doublet Hill is one of the three public viewpoints towards Boston in Weston’s conservation lands. On a clear day, you can see that tiny town we call our nearest metropolis. Okay, everything looks tiny from a distance. Sunday’s weather looks spectacular, and you won’t want to miss this woodsy hike that also dips down onto the Aquaduct trail. Please be aware that this hike does have steep spots, and with lots of leaves down and somewhat slippery, walking poles may be your friend.
All ages are welcome, as are well-behaved dogs on leash. Walkers need not be Weston Forest and Trail Association members, but you are encouraged to join at www.WestonForestTrail.org as dues support the maintenance of Weston’s trails and open spaces. WFTA has been hosting Sunday Walks for over sixty years.
Park at the end of Doublet Hill Road near the trailhead. Please be considerate of neighbors–Doublet Hill is a private road.