This 2.1-Mile Trail In Massachusetts Leads To A Double Waterfall
By Melissa Mahoney|Published September 02, 2021
I'm an east coast girl living in a west coast world. I grew up in New England before moving to SoCal for several years. I then lived in NYC or a year before moving to AZ in 2009. I worked in the entertainment industry for many years of my adult life and I love photography, writing, and traveling around the U.S. as well as to far-flung locations around the world! Travel is my life and writing about it is a dream.
How does a waterfall hike sound to you? How about a hike to a double waterfall? Now, that sounds even better! Bash Bish Falls is a breathtaking waterfall with a double cascade located in the Taconic Mountains of Berkshire County. It’s found close to the border that Massachusetts shares with New York.
When hiking, remember to bring sunscreen, bug and tick spray, and plenty of water with you. Also, obey all park rules and remember to leave no trace! Whatever you bring on this and any other hike must leave with you.