June 7, 2020 – Mount Greylock State Reservation – Massachusetts

Today Wilma and I Adventured to Mount Greylock State Reservation in Lanesborough, Massachusetts. Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts at 3, 491 feet.  Mount Greylock State Reservation in popular for camping, snowmobiling, skiing, and hiking.  There is an Auto Road to the summit.  The Reservation includes a Visitors Center, and Veterans War Memorial Tower.

We had quite the panoramic Adventure to Mount Greylock State Reservation.  I was ecstatic to be visiting Mount Greylock State Reservation as it has been on my list for some time.  I was surprised that the auto route was not steep, and was pleased that it did not appear busy, we therefore could take our time.  There were several spots to stop and hike but since we had a full day planned so decided to head straight to the summit.

Upon arrival at the summit we hopped out and began exploring.  There were little trails throughout, with the main feature being the Veterans War Memorial Tower.  The Veterans War Memorial Tower was grand in size, and definitely did not disappoint.  We walked around the Tower studying every angle, just spectacular.  From there we headed to the view from behind the Memorial.  The Mountainside was quite busy, but we found a little spot to sit and relax.  However Wilma really does not sit or lay down, unless requested, so I sat, while she watched those around us, my curious little girl.  The views were just lovely.  We repeated this routine several times not wanting to leave this wonderful location.  However, the crowd began to grow and eventually we decided to part.  Definitely an amazing Adventure to Mount Greylock State Reservation (Rating:  4.5)



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