ACROSS Lexington: The Rick Abrams Memorial Trail Network, is a project of the Greenways Corridor Committee. It is a network of marked trails and paths for walkers, runners and trail bikers.
The routes use existing public ways to connect the town center with various historic sites, schools and conservation areas. Residents and visitors will gain enjoyment and fitness as they travel around town without a car.
Donations to support ACROSS Lexington are welcome and may be sent to
ACROSS Lexington Trust Fund
Town of Lexington
1625 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02420
Please make checks out to Town of Lexington, and write Rick Abrams ACROSS Lexington Trust Fund on the memo line.
In the next few years the Greenways Corridor Committee plans to create new routes that:
- implement elements of the West Lexington Greenway Master Plan as hiking trails
- link Wright Farm to Burlington's Landlocked Forest / Paint Mine and Simonds Brook
Help us expand and maintain the ACROSS Lexington system and the trails in Lexington's conservation properties by working with the Conservation Office Land Stewardship Program.
Out on the trails? Snap a picture of yourself next to an ACROSS Lexington sign and post it on our Facebook page.
Conservation Lands Trail Guide
The ACROSS Lexington trails loop through a number of conservation areas, most of which have their own networks of trails. The Trail Guide to Lexington's Conservation Land includes color trail maps for Lexington's 26 walkable conservation areas. Download the Conservation Lands Trail Guide (PDF) or see individual printable conservation area maps.
COVID-19 Guidelines: Please stay at least 6 feet away from other people on the trails.
Rick Abrams (1956 to 2014), a founding member of the Greenways Corridor Committee, was an enthusiastic and dedicated advocate of ACROSS Lexington and the health benefits of walking.