Hiking

Topia Inn in Adams is situated between two large state forest reserves, Mt Greylock and Savoy Mountain.  There are many hiking trails and beautiful swimming ponds with clear mountain water.

Mt. Greylock is the tallest peak in Southern New England and stands nearly 3,500 feet tall. Guests can take a short drive to the base of the mountain from the Inn and hike the trails to the top which takes the average hiker about one and a half to two hours.


Pecks Falls in the Greylock Glen is on the hiking trail to Mt Greylock. There are two beautiful waterfalls, Upper Pecks falls and Lower Pecks Falls.

 

Natural Bridge State Park
A unique geological formation carved out by glacial melt water over 13,000 years ago the Natural Bridge State Park in North Adams is a great place to have a picnic and spend time exploring and hiking around. Open seasonally (May – October).

Bellevue Falls
Bellevue Avenue (off Leonard Street), Adams, MA

Savoy Mountain State Forest  is a 20 minute drive from the inn.  It has many trails and a few large ponds with beaches for swimming.