Adams is... Autumn in the Berkshires
Planning a fall foliage excursion in New England this fall? Then please consider adding Adams and the lovely North Berkshires to your tour. We offer spectacular scenery, quaint unspoiled downtown with many Victorian buildings, back roads, hiking and biking trails, and Mount Greylock, the state's tallest mountain.
Traditionally, the peak of the fall color is around Columbus Day in October. Although the annual Greylock Ramble and RambleFest events are cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we welcome you to visit Adams this fall.
Here are just a few suggestions of other things to do in Adams in Autumn:
- Drive or hike to the top of Mount Greylock for a five state view!
- Stop at Jaeschke's Orchard for some super fresh apples and pears, traditional cider, excellent homemade cider donuts and other farm products. You can even pick your own apples.
- Walk or bike any of our dozens of beautiful public trails.
- Experience the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum.
- Stroll through our Victorian town center for great architecture, galleries, shopping or a meal.
- Take an historic train ride at Berkshire Scenic Railroad Museum.
- Visit the 1782 East Hoosuck Quaker Meeting House.
Some photos from recent years