You May Have A Mountain To Yourself On The Lightly Trafficked Kay Bee Trail In Massachusetts

Massachusetts is filled with beautiful natural spots to explore by foot, but some trails can get pretty crowded. Thankfully, there are plenty of hikes that see low traffic and still offer stunning views.

The Kay Bee Trail in Holyoke delivers jaw-dropping scenery with a side of solitude. Here’s what you need to know about exploring this trail.

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You can learn more about the Kay Bee trail at Mount Tom State Reservation by visiting the hike’s listing on AllTrails. You’ll find a detailed route map, additional photos, and reviews by other hikers.

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Address: 125 Reservation Rd, Holyoke, MA 01040, USA