Boston Area

The start of the fall semester in Boston, a city overflowing with universities, is known as one of two peak moving times of the year. Not to be outdone by college kids, AMC made not one but two big moves in autumn: Concurrent with the relocation of AMC’s headquarters to 10 City Square in Boston’s…

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                      Winter recreation can intimidate, and for good reason: It’s cold and icy out there! But facing those elements also makes the experience all the more rewarding, whether you’re cutting turns through fresh powder or sleeping under the stars. Make the most of the snowy…

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After AMC spent nearly a century on Boston’s Joy Street, staff members packed their bags for the move to a new office in the city’s Charlestown neighborhood.

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The most striking room in AMC’s longtime Boston office spanned the fourth floor of 4 Joy Street, the middle of three connected rowhouses the organization occupied in the city’s Beacon Hill neighborhood until September. Exposed brick walls, massive wood beams supporting a chandelier, a fireplace, and a view of the Charles River conveyed the feel…

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From the windows of our offices at AMC’s new headquarters in Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood, you can see the masts of the U.S.S. Constitution in the nearby Navy Yard, as well as the distinctive, and much newer, Zakim Bridge—both reminders of the city’s rich history of innovation. It’s exciting to be a part of that continuum…

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BOSTON, Mass.—  The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) has named Rebecca “Bec” Rollins of Boston as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Rollins oversees Communications, Marketing, Membership, Magazine, Books, and the AMC website. She serves on AMC’s staff leadership team and is a liaison to the organization’s Board of Directors and Board of Advisors. She works from…

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  Registrations are open for 2017 Summer Teen Trail Crews – programs are available across New England, from the White Mountains & Berkshires backcountry, to ponds in Maine and New York state, and even the outer-Boston area where teens can make an immediate impact right in the community on the Bay Circuit Trail. Check out…

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How do the Northeast’s tree-lined streets stack up against the rest of the globe? In the ongoing Treepedia project, researchers at MIT’s Senseable City Laboratory are using Google Street View to plot urban centers on a Green View Index (GVI), scoring the percent of a city covered by canopy. Why? In urban environments, trees affect…

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For a trail-loving runner, the search for a new stretch of off-road running never ends. I’ve lived in towns from Downeast Maine to Philadelphia, and the urge to explore defined many of my runs. In each spot I found a local go-to destination for regular runs, but I also kept looking for new trails, perhaps…

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Warm weather has arrived after an unusually cold and snowy March. Which means you are probably itching to get out and go hiking. Here are three of my favorite spring hiking destinations in southern New England, plus a few other recommendations to get you started. Current snow cover First, to get a quick handle on…

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