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wandern
3 days ago

Hiked up Stony Ledge trail then down Sperry Rd and Roaring Brook Trail. Everything is blazed well and has good signage. About 4 to 6 inches of new snow. Some patches of ice but didn't need microspikes. Temp in single digits but sun was out so not bad. First mile of this loop is easy grade. Second mile to the overlook more strenuous. Great views of the Hopper and western side of Greylock. Also some views of the Taconic range from the top of Sperry Rd. Sperry Rd passes multiple campsites equipped with bear boxes.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
8 days ago

It was an unseasonably warm January day, in the 60’s so that’s probably why it was a little muddy. As long as u wear good hiking boots u will b fine! It was a busy trail, but it was nice out!! We saw lots of ppl w pups, like us! In the summer I assume it’s even busier than it was today! But it was a pretty walk!

wandern
schlammig
15 days ago

wandern
1 month ago

Mix of ice, snow and water made the trail a bit more than its usual but great day with beautiful views of greylock at the top.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

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steinig
1 month ago

on Bash Bish Falls Trail

wandern
1 month ago

Easy trail from the NY side. We went on a super rainy day in early May and the waterfall was spectacular. Beautiful woodsy hike, nobody there but us that day so it was really peaceful. Took a drive to the top of the mountain where it started snowing.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

Parked on the MA side and it only took about 25 minutes to get down to the falls. Very steep going down, the leaves were just alittle slippery. Not too crowded on a cloudy day. The view at the waterfall was definitely worth it though.

wandern
1 month ago

most ratings of this trail is hard because for about of the 1,100 ft of elevation gain with in a 1.5 mile. i can see it on a hot day but we did it cool crisp 26 degrees 11/24/19 morning which made it a prefect hike. the trail was wide and really easy to follow. crossing and few bridges over the down hill stream. which you can hear and had some viewing points for about half of the hike. in the higher elevations of the hike were these beautiful ice needles formations along the trail. which i was hoping to see ice flowers but no such luck. when we got to the summit if had a nice unspoiled layer of snow with a great large level viewing area with picnic tables, grills, bench and privy. the cool air, warm sun, mountains, valley and a clear view of the Veterans War Memorial Beacon Tower was simply peaceful and gorgeous making it hard to leave. all this would make a great family trail. we started this 4.2 mile out & back trail at the roaring brook trailhead following the blue trail. if you use this address in your GPS 285 Roaring Brook Road, Williamstown, MA you'll find the trailhead very easily. note this address is .5 mile beyond the parking area. sry my photos are larger than whats allowed here so if you like to see them please look on google maps. thanks

wandern
käfer
3 months ago

2 geocaches found.

wandern
3 months ago

Having been doing this trail for 20+ years, great forest setting!

wandern
3 months ago

Short, run trail with a cool payoff. Park on the MA side for a shorter, hillier hike, NY side for a slightly longer, flatter one.

on Bash Bish Falls Trail

wandern
3 months ago

Pretty falls, partly shut down but still great trail walk.

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

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