Monument Mountain
Great Barrington, MA
Route 7
Free - Open daily - Year Round

The mountain is 1,735 feet at its peak, overlooking the hills and valleys of southern Berkshire County. Three miles of trails lead through the canopy forest of white pine and oaks with tulip trees, maples, chestnut saplings and mountain laurel. Rock outcrops hide small caves and several streams wind through the forest.

The Trustees of Reservations is dedicated to preserving properties of exceptional scenic, historic and ecological value throughout the Commonwealth. Founded in 1891, it is a non-profit conservation organization and relies for support entirely upon membership dues, admission fees and voluntary contributions. The Mission House, one of the 83 properties of The Trustees of Reservations.

Join The Trustees and help support the management of properties like Monument Mountain .

For more information about membership in The Trustees of Reservations, please contact:

The Trustees of Reservations
Western Regional Office
The Mission House
P.O. Box 792, Sergeant Street
Stockbridge, MA 01262
(413) 298-3239

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