Believe it or not, the Berkshires have over 20 stunning waterfalls, here are a couple that when we get sunny hot weather you can cool off in one . Take a look at this list of some of our top waterfall destinations. If you have any photos of other waterfalls that you go to email me at Cheryl@wupe.com We would be happy to share with everyone!

Bash Bish Falls, Mount Washington State Forest in Mount Washington

Bash Bish Falls State Park - Mass.gov - www.mass.gov

Bash Bish Falls is the highest waterfall in Massachusetts and a popular scenic destination. The dramatic final pitch of Bash Bish Brook drops about 80 feet into an emerald plunge pool.

Campbell Falls, Campbell Falls State Park in New Marlborough

Campbell Falls State Park

The Cascade, Cascade Park in North Adams
The Trailhead begins at the Northern Berkshire YMCA, 22 Brickyard Ct, North Adams, MA. Park in the lot and trail begins approximately .4 mile after departing from YMCA.

Hudson Brook Chasm, Natural Bridge State Park in North Adams

Natural Bridge State Park - Mass.gov - www.mass.gov

Natural Bridge State Park is home to the only natural white marble arch in North America. According to geologists, the park's namesake natural bridge, made of 550 million year-old bedrock marble, was carved into its iconic arch by the forces of glacial melt water over 13,000 years ago.

Otis Reservoir, Tolland State Forest in Otis

Tolland State Forest - Mass.gov - www.mass.gov

At the center of Tolland State Forest sits the 1,065-acre Otis Reservoir, which offers a variety of recreational activities.

Umpachene Falls, in New Marlborough

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