For the adventurous at heart, neighboring Feronia Forest is home to Ramblewood, a thrilling tree-to-tree obstacle course offering an exciting challenge for guests of all ages. Eight obstacle courses meander through trees at various heights for a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience, perfectly suited for a late-spring afternoon.
Long a beloved tradition in the Berkshires, maple sugaring is a sure sign that winter is over and spring is on its way. Between mid-February and mid-March, take a drive to one of a handful of nearby farms open to the public for informative tours, samples and product for purchase.
As the last of the sparkling snow melts, our native feathered neighbors return, affording guests the chance to observe a stunning variety of birds. Just a ten-minute drive from Blantyre, The Audubon Society’s Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary boasts seven miles of varied trails across over 1,100 acres, delighting birdwatchers and nature lovers alike. https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/pleasant-valley [...]
Our surrounding landscape is laced with a myriad of beautiful hiking trails, giving guests ample opportunity to experience the rejuvenating energy of springtime whether by way of a leisurely stroll or a more challenging ascent. Browse the Berkshire hiking options below or allow the team of area experts at our luxury Berkshires hotel to [...]