Housatonic River Rannapo Road to Konkapot River to Rannapo Road

Ashley Falls, Massachusetts

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This short trip explores Bartholomew’s Cobble Reservation, which is owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations. Walking excursions around this diverse sanctuary will bring you in touch with an amazing array of bird species and an equally impressive collection of plants, especially ferns and wildflowers. The Housatonic River winds through the heart of the cobble, and a paddle trip through the sanctuary offers experiences you just can’t get from a shore-side walk. On this trip you will explore Corbin’s Neck, wave to Holsteins and Canada geese, float past a riparian forest, and explore a short section of the Konkapot River once fished by the Stockbridge Indians.
Water Trails of Western Massachusetts

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Water Trails of Western Massachusetts

by Charles W. G. Smith (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

This short trip explores Bartholomew’s Cobble Reservation, which is owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations. Walking excursions around this diverse sanctuary will bring you in touch with an amazing array of bird species and an equally impressive collection of plants, especially ferns and wildflowers.

The Housatonic River winds through the heart of the cobble, and a paddle trip through the sanctuary offers experiences you just can’t get from a shore-side walk. On this trip you will explore Corbin’s Neck, wave to Holsteins and Canada geese, float past a riparian forest, and explore a short section of the Konkapot River once fished by the Stockbridge Indians.

©  Charles W. G. Smith/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Ashley Falls
Distance: 2.6
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: Day use
Driving Directions: Directions to Housatonic River: Rannapo Road to Konkapot River to Rannapo Road

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Apr 2018