Wakefield's Split Rock Trails offer something for everyone

 

August 25, 2018

Jean Nordine / Daily Globe

STANDING OVER a picturesque lookout from one of the Split Rock Trails on a recent sunny day in Wakefield are, from left, Rod Ritter, Jim Engel and Bill Quigley.

By P.J. GLISSON

news@yourdailyglobe.com

WAKEFIELD - Stroll along one of Wakefield's Split Rock Trails, and you're bound to find flowers, birds, wild apples and sentries of surrounding trees, but be careful not to step on jay-walking toads.

In short, it's a Zen experience - unless what you're seeking is a mountain bike thrill, in which case you better keep your eyes open to hold your ground on curving trails that ascend and descend with the added challenge of bridges and bluffs.

It's your choice whether you want to hike, bike or run on paths mapped and color-coded for three levels of exper...



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