The road curves upward past a sweet corn stand and the gleam of a pond behind the pines. You wonder what will lie around the next bend — a view across the valley, an antique shop, a chamber ensemble, or a regional art show? Scenic drives here are a treasure hunt.
- Cars can climb mountains (when the weather allows). From May to October the road up Mount Greylock is open to trail heads, campgrounds, and the lighthouse at the summit.
- Scenic byways like the Mohawk Trail have drawn visitors for more than 100 years. Between North Adams and the Connecticut River, old-fashioned motel cabins recall the 1920s.
- Off the main track, villages expand in summer and fall with artist studios, secondhand bookshops, folk music and white-water rafting.
Opened in 1914 as one of the first auto-touring roads in the country. Discover the wonders of Route 2.
Travel Route 116 starting in Adams and ending in South Deerfield, MA.
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JK Rowling announced that the North American school of witchcraft and wizardry is located atop our very own Mt. Greylock!