October 2, 2018 Mariah

Bob’s Way Hike, Monterey, 11/14/2018

Cross the new bog bridging, observe the beautiful wetland, and learn about the history of this property!


Wednesday, November 14, 10:00 am-1:00 pm

Difficulty: Moderate (moderate pace, moderate elevation changes)

Description:  This 2-mile hike highlights the history of Bob’s Way, ranging from the late 18th century to today.  With its second-growth hardwood forest, stonewalls and foundations, wetlands, and old roads, Bob’s Way could be THE representative New England landscape. Please bring lunch/snack, water, and appropriate footwear.

It’s hunting season, please remember to wear your orange!


From Lee: From the Mass Pike/Big Y intersection, turn onto Tyringham/Main Road (opposite of Big Y) and continue 10 miles until you reach Route 23. Turn right onto Route 23 and follow for 1 mile before finding the parking on your left. If you reach Mt Hunger Road you have gone slightly too far.

From Great Barrington: Follow Route 183 east out of town toward Monterey. After 7 miles continue straight onto Route 23. 2.5 miles after passing through the center of Monterey, and just after passing Mt Hunger Road, the parking will be on your right.

Email Mariah at mauman@bnrc.org or call 413-499-0596 (M-F, 9-5) with any questions regarding the Landkeepers Upcoming Hikes & Events. Severe weather will cancel the event.