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Did you miss spring? Well, go farther north or climb higher, such as onto the Hoosac plateau. Specifically, try a section of the Mohican-Mohawk Trail.
You are unlikely to see anyone you know or, for that matter, anyone, on Ragged. It’s a remote location, clothed in spruce/fir forest unique in Berkshire to it and to the Greylock summit.
This week's Hikes & Walks column takes Lauren R. Stevens to the heights of Alander Mountain.
A visit to Bartholomew’s Cobble, the Trustees of Reservations’ property in Sheffield on the Connecticut border, is always a treat, but mid-April to mid-May is a special time when the ephemeral wildflowers are in bloom.
Lauren R. Stevens took a stroll through Canoe Meadows in Pittsfield for this week's Hikes & Walks column.
For Hikes & Walks columnist Lauren R. Stevens, there really is something special about going to a river.
Lauren R. Stevens traveled north into Vermont this week, hiking to Mountain Meadow Preserve, where a 1.5-mile tour includes the somewhat occluded view from the site of Mausert’s Camp
Ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl, Hikes & Walks columnist Lauren R. Stevens recommends getting outside to collect some views.
Lower elevation and open sunshine make Mountain Meadow Preserve a perfect spot for a winter walk without much snow.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ... steps. That is, the many new steps that have been installed on the trails in Stevens Glen.