Short, easy hiking trails wind through High Falls Conservation Area to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in New York.
This rugged route passes along the bottom of Race Brook Falls, then climbs through beautiful forest to a scenic lookout beyond the summit of Mount Everett.
An easy walk leads to a spectacular payoff: Bash Bish Falls — Massachusetts’ highest waterfall.
A stunningly scenic hike with fantastic views of the wide valley below and distant mountain ranges. Brace’s summit is especially magical at sunset.
This is a great hike if you crave solitude among mountain laurel and pitch pines, as well as interesting geology — but also enjoy solid scenic views!
The parking area is the same lot used by visitors to Bash Bish Falls.
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