At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts. Although geologically part of the Taconic Mountains, Mount Greylock is commonly associated with the abutting Berkshire Mountains to the east. The mountain is known for its expansive views encompassing five states and the only taiga-boreal forest in the state.
Mount Greylock State Reservation was created in 1898 as Massachusetts' first public land for the purpose of forest preservation.
A seasonal automobile road climbs to the summit, topped by a 93-foot-high (28 m) Massachusetts Veterans War Memorial Tower. A network of hiking trails traverses the mountain, including the Appalachian Trail.
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