Hiking and splashing long the gentle upgrade at Umpachine Falls, you may easily imagine indiginous early people tracking quarry or seine netting fish or foraging for woodland greens. Coursing down the Konkapot River in the New Marlboro/Mill River area of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, the water is a constant drumming that fills your chest and head, and the ozone level in the air flushes your lungs. It's free and usually uncrowded. A place apart.
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