The rides will start at 6:00 PM. But please try to get there a bit early so that we can get the ride off on time.
Come help Berkshire NEMBA Trail Team Leader Heather Linscott work on a new beginner trail in the Greylock Glen!
Meet at the Thunderbolt Ski headquarters at 113 West Rd, Adams to collect tools and review plans then head up to the flagged trail off West Mountain Road
Work will include weed whacking/leaf blowing, raking, and some bench-cutting.
We may plan a follow-up weekend workday as well based on volunteer interest/availability, so please respond to give us a sense for planning :) Read more about NEMBA & TSR Workday: Greylock Glen
Kennedy Park consists of 500 acres of town-owned hardwood forest with old carriage roads along with nice singletrack. It's ideal for Mountain biking, hiking, picnics, X-country skiing,and snowshoeing. Motorized vehicles, electric bicycles and snowmobiles are prohibited.
Kennedy Park is revered as one of the premier places to mountain bike in Berkshire County. The trails are well maintained by the town of Lenox and by volunteers from Berkshire NEMBA.
They range from easy family trails to difficult, knarly singletracks. There are many opportunities for nature viewing and, after some climbing, incredible overlooks to enjoy.
While there are many places to park, why not start your ride from the Arcadian Shop. They'll give you an update on conditions and maybe even suggest some routes. Read more about Kennedy Park
5/27/18 (All day)
Trail work tonight in the Greylock Glen
Meeting at 5:30 Bellows's south parking lot
Last parking lot before Goulds farm
We have plenty of tools
Projects, fix a couple corners, drainage in wet spots , and small stump removal
This is our regular summer ride series. Suitable for advanced intermediate and better riders.
All the trails in the system feature roots, rocks and hills. We'll rotate among the 3 trails heads - Zoar Outdoor, Warfield House Inn and Berkshire East (Thunder Mountain Bike Park)
Ride time between 1 1/2 and 2 hours generally.
Or, contact me directly. Harold Green, firstname.lastname@example.org Read more about Pioneer Valley NEMBA Deerfield River Trails & Charlemont Trails Ride
12/17/17 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Berkshire East for Ride, East Hawley Rd for meeting
10/3/17 (All day)
Please join us Tuesday, October 3rd at 6 pm for a PV NEMBA meeting hosted by Harold Green at his home in Hawley. It would be great to have your involvement especially in planning for fall trail maintenance. The agenda is generally as follows:
Discuss Chili Ride planning
Update Shop Ambassador Sheet
Update on Earl's reroute/signage
Update on Sugarloaf reroute
Discuss DCR Partnership Grant application for Charlemont/Hawley
Contact me for directions or more information. email@example.com
Thanks and hope to see you there.
Orchard Hill Observatory, Amherst
Take the service road up to the observatory and park there.
Directions (source: https://www.umass.edu/sunwheel/pages/orchard.html)
Orchard Hill Observatory is located at the top of Orchard Hill. You can get there by either going to the Sylvan dorms following the treeline on the East side of the hill up to the telescope or by going to the Orchard Hill Dorms and following the gravel road (turn left when you get to the road (if you go right it will take you across the bottom of the hill). The local cellular phone company has been kind enough to install a huge communication tower adjacent to the telescope. If you make your way to the base of the tower you will find the telescope. Read more about PV NEMBA Practice your technique/Worlds ride at Orchard Hill trails