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Mount Everett Professional Review and Guide
"The highest peak in the southern Berkshires, Mount Everett prominently stands out among a sea of lower 2000-foot summits. Rising sharply from the east, the mountain’s steep slopes are carved by Race Brook as it flows down a series of long cascades. To the north, picturesque Guilder Pond’s blue waters and laurel-filled forests lie in a serene basin atop Everett’s high ridgeline. From the summit, rocky outcrops amid a dwarf pitch pine–scrub oak forest offer those who venture to its heights numerous views of the surrounding countryside. Mount Everett’s great variety provides plentiful year-round enjoyment."
--Jeffrey Romano, 100 Classic Hikes in New England (The Mountaineers Books).
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