Sperry Road to Stony Ledge Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Adams, Massachusetts that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Follow a gravel road through the camping area at Mt. Greylock to the scenic vista of Stony Ledge which offers beautiful views of Mt. Greylock and other mountains.
Not really the hop, skip and a jump described for this page but since I'm having difficulty adding "new hikes" and it seems there are enough for Greylock anyway...
Really enjoyed this hike.
Take the time to head to the waterfall but only if it's been raining - otherwise the one way in and out is probably not worth it.
#3 Views and Falls
Distance: 5.5 miles (8.8 km) plus options,
Time: 4-5 hours, Elevation gain: 1,460 ft. (445
meters), Ability: strenuous
Ascend via former 1830s carriage road. Discover
old-growth trees and cascade waterfalls. Return
by dramatic Stony Ledge vista.
Follow Money Brook Trail to Hopper Trail to
Sperry Road and campground (2.5 mi.). Options:
include 1) March Cataract Trail to falls (1.6 mi.,
round-trip), and/or 2) take Sperry Road to
Campground Trail to Deer Hill Trail and steep
descent into the “Heart of Greylock” and Deer
Hill falls (2.2 mi. loop). Both options return via
Sperry Road to Stony Ledge (1 mi.), Stony Ledge
Trail and Haley Farm Trail (2 mi.) back to