Taconic Crest Trail

The Taconic Crest Trail is a 37-mile long trail that roughly follows the borders of Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont along the Tactonic Mountain Range. The hike’s highest elevation is Berlin Mountain at 2818′, and the elevation gain for the entire hike is around 8200′. Some highlights are the views from Berlin Mountain, a chasm that contains snow year-round called Snow Hole, and Berry Pond, Massachusetts’s highest body of water.

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For your own planning purposes, here are the different features that you should be aware of described from north to south. Make sure to check for the latest weather, trail conditions and closures, road and parking closures, and whatnot when planning your hikes.


Taconic Crest Trail: NY 346 to US 20. alltrails.com
Taconic Crest Trail (NY). fastestknowntime.com
The Taconic Crest Trail. taconichikingclub.org