The 200-mile Bay Circuit Trail offers close-to-home recreation for the Boston area - but this effort has been decades in the making. No one's exactly sure who first conceived of the idea, but in the late 1920s, Benton MacKaye started work on today's reality.
See a full timeline of the trail's progress from AMC Outdoors >>
Read more about the Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway in the AMC Outdoors feature story, "A Long Journey."
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