7 of the Cape’s Best Hiking Spots

If you know anything about Cape Cod, you know it’s not like the Berkshires. Hikers come here for a completely different kind of scenery, and their Cape outings are certainly more horizontal than vertical.

Cape Cod, despite its lack of mountains or other harsh terrain, has an impressive range of hiking trails for all skill levels – many of them featuring views of the water that you just can’t get from Route 6.

So strap on your boots and get out and see the Cape from the inside.

Here we count down the seven best places to hike on the Cape:

Provincelands Trail, Provincetown

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Hike Time: Three or more hours Wind through the gorgeous dunes surrounding Provincetown, a sight most do not ever get to see. While the Provincelands is more popularly a bike trail, it is suitable for all kinds of pedestrians. The mere fact that it exists at all is no small consideration, since it is understandably rare now that you see a paved road through the dunes.

— By Adam Forziati

Comments

  1. Karen Cunningham says:

    All these trails to hike, any of them dog friendly? Underleash for sure, but my lab loves to hike too.

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  3. elizabeth mazes says:

    A shout-out to Beebe Woods in Falmouth. Wonderful paths and a kettle hole.

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