March 3, 2021 2 minute read

Outdoor fun in Boston this season

We still have a few weeks of chilly weather here in the Greater Boston area. Rejoice in the fact that the sun is starting to set later and later making the next couple of weeks of cold a little more enjoyable. The Boston area is home to a number of exciting outdoor activities for people of all ages to enjoy. With a warm coat and a hot chocolate in hand, we promise that you can make the most of the remaining cold weather.

Play In The Snow

When’s the last time you built a snowman? Head to your backyard — or in Boston’s backyard, the Boston Common — to feel like a kid on a snow day again. If you’re more adventurous than artistic, the Boston area has a number of hills that are perfect for a sledding. Don’t let kids have all the fun, adults are more than welcome to bundle up and slide down Flagstaff Hill in Boston, Corey Hill Outlook Park in Brookline, Fort Hill in Roxbury, or the Sugar Bowl in Jamaica Plain, to name a few.

Dine Outside In Style 

Boston’s restaurants have really stepped up their outdoor dining game. From fireplaces to personal igloos, there are a number of new options for those looking to enjoy outdoor dining without shivering. Head to Bow Market for warm drinks and cozy fire pits in Somerville or to the Lookout Rooftop and Bar in Seaport for a personal igloo with a view.

Warm Up With A Walk 

Boston’s walking paths have been busier than ever this year with more people spending time outdoors. Whether you’re looking to gaze at the skyline along the Charles River Esplanade or for something more tranquil like a snowy walk around the Middlesex Fells, there are a number of options in the area where you can get your steps in.

Head To The Mountains

New England as a whole is a true winter wonderland. Blue Hills Reservation’s claim to fame is being the closest ski mountain to Boston, just a 20 minute drive away. If you’re looking for more action than you can find nearby, there are a number of ski mountains in New Hampshire and Vermont just an hour or two from the city. For a more relaxing trip to the mountains, visit the Ice Castles in New Hampshire to marvel at some incredible creations. Be sure to double check each state’s COVID travel restrictions before leaving the house. 

If you’re looking to make the move closer to some of your favorite outdoor activities, give us a call at 617.314.9400 to get matched with a Senné Associate and start your search today.


Sophia Pushkin

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