Excellent well maintained trail. The pedestrians tend to bunch up, but what can you do. Beautiful scenery along Cheshire Lake. Something of a headwind going south.
This is an easy trail to bike. The first 2 miles out from the Adams end it a slight incline but enough to get a bit of a workout. The trail runs through wooded areas and along ponds, a river and lake. We have ridden this trail many times and have seen much wildlife- rabbits, deer, beaver, muskrats, mink, bear... More
We drove three hours to ride this trail, and we were so happy we did! The trail was absolutely beautiful. You feel like your riding through the mountains, yet it is a nice level path. The path also runs along the Hoosic river. The scenery was amazing! We rode the entire trail from the Mall right into North Adams where... More
One of the nicest rail trails we have biked. Start in Adams since there is a long grade that you want to enjoy at the end. Great wildlife, beautiful scenery. Excellent condition for road bikes. And it was incredible in the fall!
the rail trail is almost 11 miles long and perfect for walking, running, biking, skating. the entire trail is very scenic. the trail is basically flat - slightly downhill from Lanesboro to Adams. in the center section (the jungle) there is lots of wildlife - birds and small animals. very peaceful. along the lake you'll see ducks and geese and... More
The whole family took a nice stroll on the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail this past Sunday. The view is breathtaking and with flat surface we were able to use stroller for our young son. The place is well maintained and highly recommended.
Scenic, clean. Lots of options for entrance and parking. Well worth it if you want to be outdoors and aren't into a strenuous hike. Highly recommend. Surrounding towns offer restaurants and other activities.
... on the lower portion, it's mostly all flat... and the lakes and fall colors now coming in make it a spectacular scene... it's never really 'crowded'.. but should you be able to get out during the week be sure and take advantage.. and pack something to eat should you want to stop and take a relaxation break along the... More
Each year we use this trail when we come to the Berkshires for vacation. Great scenery, lake and trails. Benches to sit on along the way, picnic tables and benches near the lake. 11 miles of trail with markers along the way so you will know how far you've gone or even how far you only want to go.
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