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Rick Czarnecki reviewed Glen Meadow Loop
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Kimberly Kaigle reviewed Sperry Road to Stony Ledge Trail
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Hiking

early this morning at 4:00 a.m. we did a Sunrise hike.to the Summit of Mt. Greylock via the A T. It was awesome and a beautiful sunrise! After that we hiked the Campground Trail to Sperry Road up to Stoney Ledge and the Hopper!! All in all around 6 miles. The trails were good and clear!! My hike of the year!!!Yeah Total count for the #Hikerbabesorg100 and #hikerbabesadventureseries is; 335.5/365 Miles 100/100 Hikes

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Pat MacHugh reviewed Bradley Farm Interpretive Trail
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Walking

Beautiful woods trail. Lots of hilly sections but well worth the work.

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Hiking

Great hike, very warm

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it's more like 15 miles. recommend to go to prospect first!

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HikingOff trailOver grown

I hiked bellows to thunderbolt and down Gould’s trail, at the bottom I managed to not find many markers and became lost, not once but twice. I hike fair about but thankfully I had my phone and was about to figure out a way to the path. But than had to turn around because they sign were confusing. 6.3 turned into 8.3

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Hiking

beautiful trail! heading up jones nose was definitely the best part in my opinion. lots of variation in hiking trails and scenery, things are changing the whole way up. didn’t see any litter and the few people i did see on the trail were respectful. even though i anticipated a crowd at the summit, its still bummer to see so many pedestrians that have driven up soaking up views that you hiked for. the hike down via hopper/sperry/ccc was kind of boring in my opinion. no views or much to look at but was pretty easy on the knees, not too steep or too rocky in most places. over all a beautiful trail, i regret nothing.

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Hiking

Nice easy trail. Cool meadow and pond. Too many picnickers up too, but no one on the trail at all.

Daniel Blythe reviewed Jones Nose Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyRockyScrambleWashed out

I took Jones Nose to the AT then up to the summit. 8 mile out and back. It seemed easier going up than it did coming down at some sections. Beautiful trail with lots of shade, plank bridges, small pond then the summit with a great monument. Trail erosion with boulders and large exposed roots made the hike down tough, especially the last 1 1/2...but was worth the effort.

Christine Tanguay reviewed Cheshire Harbor Trail to Mount Greylock
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Hiking

If you hike a lot this is a very moderate trail. It mostly goes uphill at a steady, moderate incline. When you cross a small bridge over a stream you are getting close. The trail crosses the road twice. Between the two road crossings there is a cute pond with big green frogs at the old pump house (no longer in use). The observation tower is closed thanks to Covid but there are still worthy views from the rocks. The lodge looked like it is open although I’d check online to see what is being offered (we didn’t go in. It was early and we weren’t hungry). It made for a nice morning.

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Hiking

Awesome steep hike. Really got my heart pumping. Bring hiking poles if you have them. Hiked on July 25th, 2020.

Lee Silverman reviewed Sperry Road to Stony Ledge Trail
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Shane Lawrence reviewed Jones Nose Trail
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Norma Corry reviewed Bradley Farm Interpretive Trail
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Backpacking

Great hiking trail to take my grandkids on she's 5 & 7. we will be back again to do more.

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HikingGreat!

Nice loop! The Gould Trail descent is prettier and less worn than the Bellows Pipe ascent. I concur with the CCW direction. Not sure why "Thunderbolt" is in the name as this track doesn't go on that ski cut. The last mile or so of this route becomes whimsical, and deviates from the main trail in order to visit a couple worthwhile spots along Peek's Brook, rejoining the Gould Trail for the final segment. The diversion is a bit non-intuitive and requires attention to the uploaded track. If it's speed you're after, stay on the main trail, which is a bit to the Southeast. Pandemic note: The War Memorial area was a total zoo on the good-weather Summer weekday we were there. I'd suggest powering by the summit road complex and taking lunch at the top of the Gould Trail.

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WalkingGreat!
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Rob Vanasse reviewed Glen Meadow Loop
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WalkingGreat!

Great loop with the dog!

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James M. reviewed Jones Nose Trail
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Hiking

Not much to see, nice trail good incline.

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Hiking

Easy out and back. Crowded at the top

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al r. reviewed Jones Nose Trail
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Hiking

Nice hike

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Nick Mardeuse reviewed The Hopper Trail
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Hiking

absolutely loved it! Great hike especially with young children

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Jeanne Tuthill reviewed Jones Nose Trail
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Hiking

Great hike. Started with Jones Nose trail which is a quick steep climb. Nice view if you follow the tail a further .3 miles up. From there met up with the AT trail and came down along that portion until it meets up with Old Adams Road which is a easy walk back to the parking area.

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Hiking

Fun and varied trail with some great views, especially at Stony Ledge and the summit of Mt. Greylock. The trail is muddy and buggy in places, so make sure to wear waterproof shoes (especially if it rained recently) and bring bug spray. The trails and turnoffs are marked well, especially along the Appalachian Trail. There are a couple of steep uphills in the first half, and the steady downhills after Greylock can be tough on the legs, but it's not too physically demanding overall. My girlfriend and I are fast hikers, and we finished it in just over 5 1/2 hours (not counting a few brief restroom and food/water breaks). Highly recommended!

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Hiking

I gave this 5 stars because it was visually stunning and well marked and a fun hike in general. Loved the meadow in the beginning, the beautiful pond in the end and the varied and beautiful vegetation the whole way. And of course the view from the peak was glorious. Make sure you go on a clear day and carry your mask for the top where it’s a bit busy with the people who drive up. But don’t worry, you won’t see many people on the trail and it is very quiet and tranquil.

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