Walden Pond is the goal of literary and environmental pilgrims from all over the world. Henry Thoreau's two year sojourn in a cabin on the Pond in the 1840's produced his blockbuster "Walden." I go to Walden to swim in the summer, to hike in the fall and spring and to ski in the winter. You can visit the site of Thoreau's cabin, go inside a replica of his 10 x 15 foot hut, or visit the Thoreau Society Book Store to shop for hundreds of books by Concord's world-famous authors: Thoreau, Emerson, the Alcotts, Hawthorne and Fuller.
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