We who Live Here in the Berkshires know how special this area is, and since the pandemic, there was a major influx of people from New York, Boston, and other areas coming here in larger numbers. They get here and get by the Berkshire Bug, and end up buying property and staying.

We who live here know the Berkshires is an outdoor paradise; any choice on what you want to see will lift spirits and fill you with a sense of awe.

So I started looking at all these travel sites to see what people say about the Berkshires and what you have to see when you get here.
In all the articles I looked at Mt.Greylock came in as the number one pick of things to see here in the Berkshires. Do you agree?

MtGreylock. Mass.Gov

The place that also came on the list is known for biking, walking Hiking, Ashuwillticook Branch Rail Trail, which is going through an expansion, you can still use the trail.

Natural Bridge State Park, North Adams is next, Seasonal programming is offered by park rangers and interpretive signage is posted year-round, giving visitors ample opportunities to learn about the historic, geological, and human impact of the area.

Jesse Stewart, Townsquare Media

The Berkshires are home to some of the best leaf-peeping around! of course, you would have to wait until fall for that.

Gerald G Gantar

Love going to the shed for a good show, Tanglewood, Lenox. Best known as the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and also the Boston Pops, as well as choral groups and popular artists. Make up a nice basket of munchies and a bottle of wine and enjoy! So Posted a couple of places up here now I want to hear what you do think should be a must-see if you have family or friends coming here

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