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Mt Greylock In The Round via Money Brook Falls: (13 Miles - Fast Pace)

  • Jan 25, 2014 · 8:00 AM
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Experience the breadth of Greylock range and climb the highest peak in Massachusetts at 3,941 feet. Climb the Hopper valley past Money Brook Falls and across the ridge to the Mt. Greylock summit and on to Stony Ledge. Its worth the effort to see the awesome views from atop Greylock while hiking past Money Brook Waterfalls on our way there.

Distance: 13 miles plus option

Time: 7 hours

Elevation gain: 2,390 ft

Gear: Microspikes Required

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Mt Greylock Suggested Hikes

Hike Route:

Follow Money Brook Trail (3.75mi.) to junction with Appalachian Trail (AT). Option: Take AT north to Mt. Prospect vista of Williamstown and return to route via AT south (add 0.6 mi. roundtrip). Continue on route by taking AT south (3.75 mi.) to Mt. Greylock summit. Resume hike on AT south (0.6 mi.), take Hopper Trail to campground and Sperry Road (1.2 mi.). Follow Sperry Road to Stony Ledge vista (1.4 mi.). Take Stony Ledge Trail (0.1 mi.) to Haley Farm Trail back to trailhead parking (2.2 mi.).


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  • Manny

    Simply put, this was a great day for hiking! It was really cold, it snowed 6-8 inches while we were hiking, and the frozen waterfalls were perfect some ice scrambling! Great company on the trails and beautiful scenery. Another memorable trip and the pictures really remind me why I love going out to these places every weekend. :)

    1 · January 30, 2014

  • Christine

    No matter how many times I venture out of the group & explore new ones, I always come back to HOAGIES. I always say & never get tired of recognizing what great, friendly, down to earth, easy going people this group attracts. I always feel like it's one big family. This weekend's trip to Mt. Greylock was one of Manny's epic trips that he organizes. He does such a great job at picking beautiful locations, coordinating various activities, & arranging cozy places to stay all while taking into account his group's needs. Manny, thank you so much for another memorable trip! #nychoagies

    1 · January 26, 2014

    • Tim

      Amen Christine! Manny, thank you so much for all you put into the trip. I'm grateful for seeing such amazing places that I would never have had the chance to experience or with such incredible people!

      1 · January 26, 2014

    • Danielle

      Yes, well said Christine!! Thank you very much, Manny for all your hard work!! And thanks to Christine, Gregory, Jorge and Timothy for the fun cheerful energy on the trail!! This hike was beautiful in wintertime even with the fog blocking the views. In summertime, the views are quite awesome!

      January 27, 2014

  • Christine

    Oh, one more thing after my epic trips I like to give a thank you speech. All the guys for being gentlemen to the 100th power. So nice to see that. All the car poolers. Danielle- your gloves. Tim-your gators. Manny-spikes, etc etc etc :), Gregory, your muffins (sounds funny) brining games. Jorge, your jacket, your beer :) Jorge for sweeping with me, Gregory you too & just everyone for such good good company. It was really a nice group! "Good to see you" :D

    1 · January 26, 2014

  • wiola

    I can't believe I missed that hike :(

    January 26, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Anyone driving from CT?

    January 22, 2014

    • Tim

      Kevin, I am coming from Stamford but leaving at about 4pm Friday and possibly quite early Sunday morning.

      January 23, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Hey Tim, Thanks anyway!

      January 24, 2014

  • Jorge

    I guess I'll be driving alone

    January 24, 2014

  • Manny

    Hey everyone, I just sent an email update with all the information you need for this weekend. PLEASE READ IT!

    January 20, 2014

    • Manny

      I will add all of you to the Facebook conversation so everyone can work out carpool and lodging.

      January 20, 2014

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