The Unique Hike In Massachusetts That Leads You To Plane Wreckage From 1988

History buffs and nature lovers alike will want to check out this hike in western Massachusetts. The Bernard Farm trail in Mount Greylock State Reservation will take you through a beautiful forest and right past the wreckage of a real plane crash. Keep reading to find out more about how you can experience this unique hike for yourself.

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Incredibly, the 1988 plane crash is only one of several that have occurred on Mount Greylock.

For more information about the Bernard Farm trail, including the location of the trailhead and reviews by other hikers, check out the hike’s listing on AllTrails.

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Address: 30 Rockwell Rd, Lanesborough, MA 01237, USA