Massachusetts: Mount Greylock

Mountain Road Mount Greylock Elevation 3,491 Mount Greylock Official Website Click Here The highest elevation in Massachusetts certainly deserves some attention. Mount Greylock is a mountain with an incredible presence. You can see it from almost every direction of approach. It towers like a mighty sultan over the surrounding countryside. Continue Reading

Mount Washington

Mount Washington Scenic Mountain Road Elevation 6,289 Official Website, Click Here Mount Washington is the highest elevation in New England, with an impressive auto road all the way to the top! I’ve certainly seen my fair share of “This Car Climbed Mount Washington” bumper stickers and I wanted my own! We left as early Continue Reading

Okemo Mountain Road

Okemo Mountain Road  Elevation 3,344 Okemo State Forest Offical Website, Click Here Vermont Like a sentinel, Okemo soars above the bustling town of Ludlow, VT. It is bordered to the south by Okemo State Forest. This mountain road is inside Okemo Mountain (Ski) Resort. If you become disoriented by the Continue Reading

New Hampshire: Mount Kearsage

Mountain Road Mount Kearsage, Elevation 2,936 Rollins State Park Official Website, Click Here Winslow State Park Official Website, Click Here If you make plans to visit an Auto Road, be sure to show up BEFORE they close the gates. I don’t have much from Rollins State Park because we got Continue Reading

Pack Monadnock

Pack Monadnock, Elevation 2,290 Miller State Park Official Website: Click Here New Hampshire I discovered Mount Monadnock (not to be confused with Pack Monadnock) while searching for year round campgrounds in New Hampshire. We made plans for a 2 night stay at Gilson Pond Campground at Monadnock State Park. This post is Continue Reading

Massachusetts: Mount Wachusett State Reservation

 MountainRoad Mount Wachusett, Elevation 2,001Ft Mount Wachusett State Reservation Offical Site (Click Here)    I must admit, I used to think nothing of Mount Wachusett.  When we would drive by the signs on 140 on our way “Up North” (to bigger and better mountains…), I almost felt sorry for it. First, Continue Reading