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Brickhouse Mountain Trail is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Pittsfield, Massachusetts that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.0 mi Elevation gain 334 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Views Wild flowers
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John Watson
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Nature trips

Beautiful trail that we ended up on coming down off Taconic Skyline Trail. The “trail” is the old Brickhouse Mtn Rd for the most part and the trailhead for anyone looking for it is directly adjacent to 40 Brickhouse Mount St and contrary to the other review, NOT on private property. There will be signs on both sides of the trail/road at the beginning (starts where Brickhouse Mount St ends) notifying you that venturing off the trail is trespassing but most of the trail is the border of Pittsfield State Forest.

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Debbie Carter
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Private property
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Could NOT find the trail!! The stated trail head (we were told by a homeowner at the supposed trailhead) is actually a private road and was impassible because of mud and ruts anyway. The homeowner directed us down a road and said that the trailhead would be on the left. Never could find it. So, we entered through Pittsfield State Forrest and tried to follow the GPS. It would tell us that were DIRECTLY on the trail when there was no trail to be had anywhere. Disapointing.

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Erin Smith
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Hiking
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D Z
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Hiking
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Krista Swanson
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Hiking
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Chris Conry
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Hiking
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Paul Dodds
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Hiking
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