Berkshires, Hikes, Massachusetts, Travel

Best Hike with Kids in The Berkshires

The Tyringham Cobble trail is located right pass the center of the village of Tyringham, Massachusetts. Take a short stop here and wander around the little town for a taste of the tranquility of the Berkshires before heading on your adventure. This very well marked and maintained trail is a short moderate trek of about 2 miles with 300 feet […]

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Travel, Waterfalls

Your Very Own Hideaway in The Heart of The Berkshires: Campbell Falls

The 75 foot tall Campbell waterfall is split between two states. The waterfall itself is located in Massachusetts while the boundary marker that starts the trail is considered to be in Connecticut. The park was gifted to the State of Connecticut and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield, Connecticut and in 1924 special laws were […]

Massachusetts, Travel

Escaping the hustle and bustle of Holyoke at Mt. Tom Reservation

With over 22 miles of hiking trails Mount Tom State Reservation in Holyoke, Massachusetts is the best way to spend couple of hours or a whole day either hiking, running, bird watching, leaf peeping or cross country skiing depending on the season and your interest. It’s a hidden gem right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the  […]

Massachusetts, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts

A walk back in time at the William Cullen Bryant Homestead

A windy driveway, along scenic byway Rt. 112 passes through gorgeous vistas of the surrounding Westfield Valley.  The valley is lined with old Maple trees and stonewalls and our destination that day ended in Cummington, Massachusetts at the boyhood home and later summer residence of William Cullen Bryant. Bryant was not only the most influential American poet in the first […]