Kay Bee Trail is a 6.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Holyoke, Massachusetts that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Located within the Mt. Tom State Reservation. Kay Bee trail is an out and back trail located within the Mt. Tom State Reservation. In order to access the trail you need to follow the accesstrail and then there will be signs to the Kay Bee. This is primarily out and back as it comes to the intersection with the Keystone Trail. It is 0.7 miles to the junction with the Keystone trail. There is a long ascent in the beginning. It can be very muddy and buggy after the rain.
After hiking in the morning on the Robert Frost in the Mount Holyoke Range State Park which was very muddy due to all the recent rains, we hit this trail. I was not expecting such a steep and long incline! Overall it was a decent trail, not my favorite on Mt. Tom, but decent enough!