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Mount Greylock

Summary
Mount Greylock in northwest Massachusetts is the highest point in the state at 3,489 feet (1,063 meters). The peak played a role in early American literature, and is part of the Taconic Mountains, which are geologically distinct from the nearby Berkshires and Green Mountains. Expansive views and a small area of sub-alpine forest characterize its upper reaches. A seasonal automobile road crosses the summit area, passing near its three structures from the 1930s which together constitute a small, "National Historic District." Various hiking paths including the Appalachian Trail traverse the area, which is part of the larger Mount Greylock State Reservation. Geography The peak stands about 2,000 feet (610 meters) above its local footings in the Hoosac Valley. From the summit, sight lines of up to are possible. Mount Greylock is part of an massif near the Hoosac River, which hooks around the mountain's footings on the east and north. The summit of Mount Grey
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