Waterfalls

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 […]

Berkshires, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Travel, Waterfalls

Umpachene Falls – A Hidden Swimming Hole in The Berkshires

To be honest I thought we would never find Umpachene Falls in Southfied, Massachusetts when we set on our quest to find this trail. There was very little information on the internet about it the time and the directions were wildly unclear.  We wandered and wandered around the back roads of The Berkshires and when we were just about to […]

Berkshires, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Travel, Waterfalls

Bash Bish Falls was named “Most Dangerous Tourist Atraction in US”

Bash Bish Falls is possibly the best known waterfalls in The Berkshires. They are the highest falls in the state and are located next to both Massachusetts’s Mouth Washington State Forest and New York’s Taconic State Park. The waterfall is at the mouth of a gorge formed during the last ice age. You can find Bash Bish falls here: The […]