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Off-Road Vehicle Group Tries to Make Case for Mount Greylock Trails

The council had one agenda item Thursday during a remote meeting and only discussed ways to resolve illegal ORV use on the state reservation, including designated areas where it would be legal.

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Thunderbolt Ski Trail Eroding

Advisory Council member Heather Lindscott relayed a message to the state Department of Conservation and Recreation and the rest of the council from the Thunderbolt Ski Runners who have noticed major erosion issues on the historical ski trail caused by over hiking.

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Mount Greylock Saw Nearly 25,000 Hikers This Season

The Appalachian Trail volunteers installed trail counters on a portion of the trail south of the summit. She said it recorded traffic from May 2 to Oct. 11 and counted 22,255 hikers.

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Hundreds Hike Mount Greylock During The Ramble

ProAdams reports that near 1,200 people registered at the summit of Mount Greylock with more making there way to the top as the day went on.

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Adams American Legion Holds Mount Greylock Ceremony

For American Legion Post 160, this was at least its 85th pilgrimage to the summit to lay a wreath at the War Memorial for fallen comrades.

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Mount Greylock Summit to Open May 16

Although there was no quorum, the Mount Greylock Advisory Committee still met Thursday and park superintendent Travis Clairmont said the plan is to open the mountain on May 16.

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Weather Caused Early Mount Greylock Closure

With lower temperatures and early snowfall this year, all has been quiet on the summit of Mount Greylock.

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Hundreds Participated In Annual Greylock Ramble

According to a ProAdams press release, 1,037 people made their way up the state's highest peak on Columbus Day.

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