Berkshires Massachusetts Hiking
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Bash Bish Falls State Park, D.A.R. State Forest
Berkshires County Massachusetts Hiking
Appalachian National Scenic Trail (Massachusetts)
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is the nation’s first scenic trail which begins in Georgia and ends in Maine. The Massachussetts section begins in southern Massachussetts with Sages Ravine and crossses wooded hills, mountains, rivers and waterfalls.
Distance: 90 miles
Bash Bish Falls State Park
Bordering the Mount Washington State Forest in Massachusasetts, Bash Bish Falls State Park is the state’s highest waterfall (80 FT) in Massachussets.
Distance: 30 miles
D.A.R. (The Daughters of the American Revolution) State Forest
The D.A.R. State Forest offers 15 miles of wooded trails and spectacular views of the Connecticut River Valley and Connecticut’s five neiboring states from the Goshen fire tower. Universally Accessible toilets shower, hiking, canoeing, as well as beach access upon request.
Distance: 15 miles
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