Hiking and mountain biking are two of the primary activities on the extensive trail system through the Mt. Pisgah Conservation Area. Much of Mt. Pisgah is forested. Includes wetlands, uplands, hayfields, ,and large open meadows. Mount Pisgah is 715 feet above sea level, but is scarcely elevated at all from the trailhead. This flat hike winds through mature trees and a grid of stone walls, then skirts a steep ridgeline, offering two sweeping views as a reward for very little sweat. A great hike for families and kids. Mount Pisgah is on a plateau, which means you get a lot of views for a little climbing, simply by walking to the edge and peering over.
Smith Road, Northborough: From Route 495 take exit 26 to Route 62 West, toward Berlin/Clinton. Pass through the center of Berlin and bear left onto Linden Street at the flashing yellow light. Follow Linden Street for 1.6 miles and turn left onto Ball Hill Road. Follow the road, which becomes Smith Road, for 1.3 miles. A small parking lot will be on the left.
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