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137 - Autumn in the Berkshires, Massachusetts
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Photograph America Newsletter on Autumn in the Berkshires, Massachusetts
 
The mountainous western region of the state of Massachusetts is called the Berkshires. Hardwood forests in the higher elevations across the northern parts of the Berkshires typically start to turn red and yellow in early October. Forests at lower elevations across the southern parts of the Berkshires may reach their peak color during the third or fourth week of October. All photographers looking for new and different New England autumn color images should add the Berkshires to their calendars. This newsletter will help you plan an autumn-color photo trip in Massachusetts. For a great display of autumn foliage, mark your calendar for a trip to the Berkshires around next October 10th to 20th.
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The mountainous western region of the state of Massachusetts is called the Berkshires. Hardwood forests in the higher elevations across the northern parts of the Berkshires typically start to turn red and yellow in early October. All photographers looking for New England autumn color images should add the Berkshires to their calendars.
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Locations
  • Beartown State Forest
  • Benedict Pond
  • Berkshire Scenic Railroad
  • Berry Pond
  • Bash Bish Falls
  • Campbell Falls State Park
  • Granville State Forest
  • Lee, Massachusetts
  • Lulu's Beach
  • Massachusetts Veterans War Memorial
  • Mount Greylock State Reservation
  • Mount Washington State Forest
  • Mount Wilcox
  • New Marlborough-Monterey Road
  • North Adams
  • October Mountain State Forest
  • Pittsfield State Forest
  • Savoy Mountain State Forest
  • Savoy - North Pond
  • Sheffield Covered Bridge
  • Store at Five Corners
  • Thompson Memorial Chapel
  • Torrey Woods Road
  • Whitney River
  • Williamstown