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A Great Trail to See Fall Colors

Posted Monday, November 7, 2022
FallNewsThe High Road

This trail may be the best way to see New England’s fall colors

Miles Howard, National Geographic

DATE: November 7, 2022

Each year, millions flock to the Berkshires in western Massachusetts seeking a couple days of sugar maple tree therapy. The region’s scenic allure peaks in the fall, when the hardwood forests transform into a palette of amber and gold. With the Housatonic River rumbling through the painted valleys, it’s easy to see how the Berkshires became a destination for long, meditative walks.

Now, a new regional pathway across the spine of the Berkshires is turning the local tradition of long walks into an American spin on the European “walking holiday” popular with pilgrims journeying on Spain’s Camino de Santiago or Scotland’s West Highland Way.

Read the full article in National Geographic