Experience Round's Rock; a high elevation, sub-boreal forest with plenty of Blueberries to pick in August, western and southern views, fir trees and ridgline hiking. At the back of the trail before rounding back towards the road, look for a plane crash site from the early 1900's in whick a local paper delivery plane crashed in the fog. Round's Rock trail head is located off Rockwell Road on Mt Greylock.
This hike is accesible by hiking (see Bradley Farm Trail in Greylock map) or by car (road is under construction and due to open Fall 2008). Go to the Mount Greylock page on the MA DCR website for more info and specific directions. To get to Mount Greylock visitor's center and Rockwell Road take route 7 north from Pittsfield to Lanesboro. Take a right after the Country Tack shop at the Brown Mt. Greylock sign and follow the road to the VC. Park there and hike up to Round's Rock (moderate to strenuous hike; 4+ additional miles roundtrip). Rockwell road is under construction and due to open back up fall 2008 in which case you can drive to the trailhead.
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