Expert Travel Advice to Berkshires

Top Answers To Berkshires Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are plenty of museums in the area, which are all family friendly. http://bit.ly/dC4TfG
  • Anonymous user answered:
    For trail guides at Mt. Greylock, check out the Department of Conservation here: http://bit.ly/cXaBOa As for Berkshires, here is a site that features all of the trails in the area along with difficulty level: http://bit.ly/cZubJb
  • Anonymous user answered:
    No, there are no trains that go from Berkshires to Boston. You'll most likely have to drive to reach Boston.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Stockbridge Bowl (also called Lake Mahkeenac) is adjacent to the Tanglewood venue and makes for an idyllic place to paddle and languish on a warm summer's evening as the BSO's melodies wash over you (besides, who doesn't want a world-class concert for free?). If you don't have your own gear, you can rent single and tandem kayaks from the Arcadian Shop in nearby Lenox, MA (they provide straps and foam for car-top transportation). For something a little more raucous, the Class II-IV Deerfield River offers some stern (and fun) whitewater. The put-in is near Charlemount, MA, just 40 miles northeast of Tanglewood. Check out this page on Away.com's sister site, GORPtravel, for river info and outfitter listings: http://gorptravel.away.com/rafting-guide/massachusetts/deerfield-river.html

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