published by rbergstrom on Sat, 01/19/2013 - 10:06am
The cabin will be opened on May 18th this year. Caretakers will be present throughout the season until closing which will occur on October 20th (last night to stay at the cabin will be Oct 19th). Until the opening, hikers are welcome to camp on the tent platforms or the cabin porch (not enclosed). Please remember, leave no trace, carry in / carry out, and no cooking on the porch (use the table under the pavilion behind the cabin).
This trail is largely combined with the New England Trail, a National Scenic Trail. Due to a website update the M-M Trail Guide has been moved to http://amcberkshire.org/mmguide. If you came to this page from a 'bookmark' please reset it to reflect the change.
published by rbergstrom on Tue, 11/13/2012 - 2:28pm
This trail is largely combined with the New England Trail, a National Scenic Trail, and more information about both can be found at http://amcberkshire.org/netmm/. If you came to this page from a 'bookmark' please reset it to reflect the change.
The Massachusetts Appalachian Trail Management Committee organizes Appalachian Trail supervision and maintenance within Massachusetts. If you'd like to be a part of this, get in touch with our chair (see below)!
Trail maintainers keep the footpath free of obstructions such as brush, and fallen trees. They also keep the white paint blazes that mark the AT fresh and easy to see. Shelter adopters take care of a particular shelter along the trail.