Goddamn, how 'bout the weather this weekend? To mark the unmistakable arrival of warmer temps, we came up with 10 biking paths around the region that you don't need a car to get to—you can instead take the T, the commuter rail or, um, bike to them. They collectively represent dozens of miles and hundreds of hours of scenic, transit-friendly urban pedaling at its finest. Better-known paths such as the Minuteman and the Charles River are here as are less-famous gems such as the City Square-to-Navy Yard route in Charlestown and the Fresh Pond Reservation Loop you can reach via the Red Line to Alewife.
And, if you're not the biking type and just want a quiet place to meander, check out our Curbed Map of 16 off-the-beaten-path parks. Finally, if we missed any particularly awesome bike paths, do drop us a message on the always-discreet Curbed Boston Tipline. Cheers.
· 16 of Greater Boston's Best Off-the-Beaten-Path Parks [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]