April 14, 2016 Article by Dave Read Besides having a world-wide reputation as an arts and cultural destination, the Berkshires is noted as a place for outdoors recreation, including such activities as skiing, hiking, camping, biycling, fishing, golf, canoeing, sailing. As a service to people who may be planning a visit to Berkshire county, we… read more
Photos from a hike to Upper Goose Pond along the Appalachian Trail, near Becket, MA May 2008.
Sept. 29, 2014 Article by Dave Read Leaf-peeping in the Berkshires may be an event of its own that would collow a route that you plan to follow to a destination such as a Bed and Breakfast in Great Barrington, or it may be a serendipitous event because the fall foliage was at peak display… read more
August 26, 2014 Article by Dave Read Visitors to the Berkshires during Fall Foliage season 2014 will find a variety of events scheduled in many Berkshire county towns and cities, including Lenox, Lee, Stockbridge, Great Barrington, West Stockbridge, Williamstown, North Adams, Hancock, and Pittsfield, MA. Many Autumn celebrations are annual events dating back several decades… read more
Orleton Farm, Stockbridge, Mass. Orleton Farm in Stockbridge, Mass. is home to the Colonial Carriage and Driving Society, which sponsors annual events that could be classified “quintessentially Berkshire” – events that are remnants of the Gilded Age, when parts of the Berkshires looked to be extensions of European aristocrary. In winter there is the Classic… read more