Stone hill has long been used in the same sentences as “The Clark” and “Scott Hill”. It has been long used as an instrument to the functionality of the water…
Stone Hill Trail
Stone hill has long been used in the same sentences as “The Clark” and “Scott Hill”. It has been long used as an instrument to the functionality of the water tower at The Clark to maintain its flow. Here you may use it as a leisurely walking or top-speed running trail. The trail has many combinations and the difficulty depends on which one you’ve followed. This is why mountain bikers also find it useful for sport. The trail runs through a couple of interesting rock formations and fields which add to the aesthetic.
A popular spot to explore whilst you make your way deeper into the trail is the Stone Bench. It offers a much needed seat to take in the surroundings and fresh air. Stone Hill is also its own work of art apart from being instrumental to The Clark. Mark Livingstone created a portraiture where he mentions Stone Hill affectionately. The Clark hosts a special event from time to time for its visitors called geocaching where everyone is put up for a GPS- style treasure hunt. Do request dates so that you’ll know when to join in.
A lot of other trails can be found near Stone Hill Trail if you’re up for a long hike activity. Mount Greylock comes to mind just 5.5 miles from The Clark. It has a tower where you can view everything from and it’s great for family-time. Cascade Waterfall is 4.5 miles which are worth every view of the cascades you’ll find. There’s a convenient parking spot at a school then enjoy the hike towards the waterfalls. Mountain Goat Artisans has a large collection of gifts to pick from for a loved one or for your collector’s selection. If you’re lucky enough to meet the owner Mary, she’ll help you pick out a much more personalized gift.