Mount Greylock State Reservation, South

Lanesborough, Massachusetts

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Midway between Lanesborough and North Adams. A blueberry patch / vista outcrop tour, ridge circuit, and pair of waterfall hikes depict the offering found in the southern extent of the reservation. Special attractions: Historic war memorial and Bascom Lodge, vistas, waterfalls, boreal and northern hardwood forests, blueberry patch, a 1945 airplane crash site, fall foliage.
Hiking Southern New England

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Hiking Southern New England

by Rhonda & Greg Ostertag (Falcon Guides)

Midway between Lanesborough and North Adams. A blueberry patch / vista outcrop tour, ridge circuit, and pair of waterfall hikes depict the offering found in the southern extent of the reservation. Special attractions: Historic war memorial and Bascom Lodge, vistas, waterfalls, boreal and northern hardwood forests, blueberry patch, a 1945 airplane crash site, fall foliage.

©  Rhonda & Greg Ostertag/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lanesborough
Distance: 6.4
Elevation Gain: 800 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Season: Spring through fall for hiking.
Local Contacts: Mount Greylock State Reservation, 413-499-4263
Local Maps: State reservation map.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mount Greylock State Reservation, South

Recent Trail Reviews

7/13/2011
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Great trail from Jones Nose to the Mt Greylock peak. We looped back down to the Nose. Trail was listed as strenuous. Part of the return trip was on a trail not used very often so it was somewhat overgrown -- made for a unique experience. The visitor center was great help in determining the trails to take.



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