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  Appalachian Trail
in Massachusetts

Mass 41 to
Mass 23
East Mountain, Housatonic River


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The Appalachian Trail travels 90 miles in Massachusetts as the trail winds through the Berkshires.  The trail passes over the highest point in the state at Mount Greylock with an elevation of 3491 feet. The trail travels over hills, valleys and through towns and hamlets of the Berkshires.

This 12.0 mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts starts as the AT crosses MASS 41, heading north and features Shays Rebellion Monument, Housatonic River and East Mountain. This section of the AT includes the Tom Leonard Shelter. After crossing Homes Road, the AT climbs 750 feet in 1.4 miles toward East Mountain. The trail drops again to reach MASS 23 and the end of this section of the AT.

Use the links above to explore different sections of the AT in Massachusetts. Look below for a detailed description of key points along the trail within this section. There are maps below as well.

Appalachian Trail GPS Tracks

Get the complete GPS Tracks for the AT in Massachusetts for ONLY $1.97!  This .gpx file includes waypoints for all trail shelters along the trail in Massachusetts and many of the official AT parking areas.  Use the BUY NOW button below and we'll send you the file via e-mail!  Happy Hiking!

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Miles from Springer Mtn Elevation Key points along the Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts
1514.1 810 feet MASS 41, ATC Kellogg Conservation Center (South Egremont, MA 01258)
1515.9 700 feet South Egremont Road, Shays Rebellion Monument
1517.7 700 feet US 7 (Sheffield, MA 01257) (Great Barrington, MA 01230)
1518.6 720 feet Housatonic River
1520.6 1150 feet Homes Road
1522.0 1800 feet East Mountain
1524.1 1540 feet Tom Leonard Shelter
1525.2 1150 feet Lake Buel Road
1526.1 1050 feet MASS 23 (Monterey, MA 01245)



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