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 2024 Eclipse

[10‑Apr‑2024] Girl on a swing taking in the solar eclipse. VIEW IMAGE »

 Reimagining an Industrial City

[16‑Mar‑2024] Holyoke Heritage State Park interpreter takes visitors on a tour of Holyoke Canal. VIEW IMAGE »

 Winter View

[04‑Feb‑2024] View from Mt Greylock in winter. VIEW IMAGE »

 Tubing at Noble View

[04‑Feb‑2024] Tubing on the slope at Noble View. VIEW IMAGE »

 A.T. Volunteer T-Shirt

[27‑Jan‑2024] A.T. volunteer t-shirt. VIEW IMAGE »

 Wendell State Forest

[09‑Jan‑2024] Tuesday snowshoers navigate a winter wonderland in Wendell State Forest. VIEW IMAGE »

 Six Days Later

[08‑Jan‑2024] Granville State Forest after a snowstorm. VIEW IMAGE »

 Granville State Forest

[02‑Jan‑2024] Tuesday hikers walk across a bridge in Granville State Forest. VIEW IMAGE »

 Mineral Hills Conservation Area

[19‑Dec‑2023] Tuesday hikers pause for a photo op at the quarry in Mineral Hills Conservation Area. VIEW IMAGE »

 Stratton Mountain

[14‑Nov‑2023] Tuesday hikers pause for a photo op on Stratton Mountain. VIEW IMAGE »

 Holyoke Canal

[22‑Oct‑2023] Fall color along the Holyoke Canal. VIEW IMAGE »

 Westfield River

[10‑Oct‑2023] Tuesday hikers pause to take photos on a bank of the Westfield River. VIEW IMAGE »

 FallFest 2023 Album

[09‑Oct‑2023] Media album for FallFest 2023. VIEW ALBUM »

 Bike Repair Training

[06‑Oct‑2023] Participants at Women's Weekend learn how to repair a bicycle. VIEW IMAGE »

 Women’s Weekend 2023

[06‑Oct‑2023] Boaters on Russell Pond during Women's Weekend. VIEW IMAGE »

 Women’s Weekend 2023

[06‑Oct‑2023] Women's Weekend 2023. VIEW IMAGE »

 Women’s Weekend 2023

[06‑Oct‑2023] Trail walk during Women's Weekend. VIEW IMAGE »

 Noble View

[01‑Aug‑2023] Summer view of Double Cottage at Noble View. VIEW IMAGE »

 New Moldering Privy at Richardson-Zlogar Cabin

[24‑Jul‑2023] New moldering privy constructed by the NET Management Committee at the Richardson-Zlogar cabin. VIEW IMAGE »

 Mountain Day Information Table

[22‑Jul‑2023] Western MA members meet and greet the public at Bousquet Mountain. VIEW IMAGE »

 Campbell Falls

[10‑Jul‑2023] The Whiting River in Campbell Falls State Park drops 50 feet in a magnificent thundering display at Campbell Falls. READ MORE »

 Conservation Album

[01‑Jul‑2023] Media album for the Conservation Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 Laurel Day 2023

[10‑Jun‑2023] It was a beautiful afternoon at Noble View Saturday as we brought back the Laurel Weekend tradition, gathering to celebrate mountain laurel season. Thirty-eight guests and volunteers enjoyed the gorgeous views and a short hike to admire the laurels followed by chili, cornbread, lemonade and strawberry shortcake outdoors on the picnic tables. VIEW IMAGE »

 Laurel Day 2023

[10‑Jun‑2023] It was a beautiful afternoon at Noble View Saturday as we brought back the Laurel Weekend tradition, gathering to celebrate mountain laurel season. Thirty-eight guests and volunteers enjoyed the gorgeous views and a short hike to admire the laurels followed by chili, cornbread, lemonade and strawberry shortcake outdoors on the picnic tables. READ MORE »

 Laurel Blossoms

[10‑Jun‑2023] Laurel blossoms, Noble View Outdoor Center. VIEW IMAGE »

 Dame’s Rocket

[30‑May‑2023] Dame's rocket, Noble View Outdoor Center VIEW IMAGE »

 Spring Blooms at Noble View

[04‑May‑2023] Spring blooms at Noble View. VIEW IMAGE »

 Quabbin Reservoir

[28‑Feb‑2023] View of Quabbin Reservoir from Rattlesnake Hill. VIEW IMAGE »

 Noble View Album

[28‑Feb‑2023] Media album for Noble View. VIEW ALBUM »

 Frosty Pines

[28‑Feb‑2023] Snow-covered pine needles on Rattlesnake Hill in Quabbin. VIEW IMAGE »

 Quabbin Reservoir

[28‑Feb‑2023] View of Quabbin Reservoir from Rattlesnake Hill. VIEW IMAGE »

 Bear Hole Reservoir Waterfall

[31‑Dec‑2022] Bear Hole is a ~1,700-acre wooded area that encompasses Bear Hole Reservoir. This protected landscape, which is jointly held by Mass Audubon and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation, features a lake, a waterfall, and interesting relics from the past. READ MORE »

 Nordic Skiing at Notchview

[18‑Dec‑2022] With more than 3,000 acres of rolling terrain and 25 miles of groomed ski trails, Notchview – a part of the Hoosac Range in the Berkshire Hills – offers an idyllic escape all year round, but especially in winter. VIEW IMAGE »

 Westfield River

[17‑Dec‑2022] The Westfield River is the Connecticut River's longest tributary in Massachusetts. From its headwaters in the Berkshire Hills, it flows 78.1 miles to its confluence with the Connecticut River at Agawam, MA. READ MORE »

 Home Page Banners

[05‑Nov‑2022] These images display randomly on our home page. VIEW IMAGE »

 Seven Sisters

[20‑Oct‑2022] The Seven Sisters, part of the Holyoke Range and located within the Connecticut River Valley region of Massachusetts, are a series of basalt ridgeline knobs between Mount Holyoke and Mount Hitchcock. READ MORE »

 Ashley Reservoir

[11‑Oct‑2022] Ashley Reservoir is the secondary drinking supply for the city of Holyoke, MA. The impoundment was constructed in the 1890s and is home to robust populations of bears, deer, geese, ducks, beavers, and many other animal species. To protect this secondary water supply, most areas around the reservoir are publicly accessible only by foot, with limited parking available at some of the surrounding gates. VIEW IMAGE »

 A.T. Management Album

[10‑Oct‑2022] Media album for the A.T. Management Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 Nonotuck Park

[09‑Oct‑2022] Nonotuck Park, Easthampton, MA. This family-friendly facility provides a multitude of venues for picnicking and outdoor sports. The Toteman trail circles the park, affording views of Mount Tom and access to Nashawannuck Pond. VIEW IMAGE »

 Connecticut River

[01‑Oct‑2022] The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England, flowing roughly southward for 406 miles through four states. VIEW IMAGE »

 NET Album

[24‑Sep‑2022] Media album for the NET Management Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 Shaker Campsite Bears

[28‑Aug‑2022] A sow and two bear cubs investigate a food storage box at Shaker Campsite. READ MORE »

 Hiking Album

[15‑Aug‑2022] Media album for the Hiking Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 NET Section 7

[16‑Jul‑2022] Section 07 is a challenging portion of the New England Scenic Trail which rises and falls over the seemingly endless succession of minor hills known as the "Seven Sisters" that make up the Mount Holyoke Range. VIEW IMAGE »

 Noble View

[10‑May‑2022] A pretty spring day at Noble View. VIEW IMAGE »

 Sunset at Noble View

[09‑May‑2022] Sunset at Noble View Outdoor Center. VIEW IMAGE »

 Deerfield River Dam

[21‑Mar‑2022] Before AMC and other groups negotiated more favorable dam releases upriver, the Deerfield River was not the whitewater paddling destination it is today. VIEW IMAGE »

 Jiminy Peak

[24‑Feb‑2022] Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort – located in Hancock, MA – is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England. VIEW IMAGE »

 Bear Hole Reservoir

[23‑Jan‑2022] Bear Hole is a ~1,700-acre wooded area that encompasses Bear Hole Reservoir. The reservoir supplies a minimal amount of West Springfield's drinking water. The area supports a diversified biological environment including great horned owl, white tailed deer, hawk, and several vernal pools. Hiking, dog walking and nature watching are popular activities year round. VIEW IMAGE »

 Notchview

[22‑Jan‑2022] Notchview is a 3,100-acre conservation property located in Windsor, MA. Notchview is part of the Hoosac Range, which forms the western edge of the northwest Berkshire Plateau. READ MORE »

 Mountaineering Album

[16‑Jan‑2022] Media album for the Mountaineering Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 View from Mount Greylock

[21‑Oct‑2021] At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts. From its peak on a clear day, you can see as far as 90 miles away. READ MORE »

 Family Outings Album

[16‑Oct‑2021] Media album for the Family Outings Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 Cheshire Lake at Sunset

[07‑Oct‑2021] Cheshire Lake, also known as Cheshire Reservoir, Hoosac Reservoir and Hoosac Lake, is divided into three basins by a pair of causeways. READ MORE »

 Laurels in Bloom

[06‑Oct‑2021] Laurels in bloom on the NET, Section 5. VIEW IMAGE »

 Noble View Farmhouse

[06‑Sep‑2021] Farmhouse at Noble View. VIEW IMAGE »

 Sanderson Brook Falls

[21‑Aug‑2021] The Sanderson Brook Falls are located in the publicly-owned Chester-Blandford State Forest in Chester and Blandford, MA. The state forest includes remnants of small mining operations and the 60-foot cascade at Sanderson Brook Falls. READ MORE »

 Hampton Ponds

[28‑Jun‑2021] A gaggle of geese floats on Hampton Pond at sunset. VIEW IMAGE »

 October Mountain Reservoir

[27‑Jun‑2021] October Mountain Reservoir, October Mountain State Forest, MA. READ MORE »

 Tuesday Hikers Album

[21‑Jun‑2021] Media album for the Tuesday hikers. VIEW ALBUM »

 Luna Moth

[21‑Jun‑2021] Luna moth at Noble View Outdoor Center. VIEW IMAGE »

 Chesterfield Gorge

[23‑May‑2021] Chesterfield Gorge is a nature reserve located in Chesterfield, MA. The property is owned by The Trustees of Reservations, who have administered the site since 1929. READ MORE »

 Paddling Album

[20‑Oct‑2020] Media album for the Paddling Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 Bash Bish Falls

[21‑Feb‑2020] Bash Bish Falls, a waterfall in Bash Bish Falls State Park in the Taconic Mountains of southwestern Massachusetts, is the highest waterfall in the state. The falls are made up of a series of cascades, nearly 200 feet long in total. VIEW IMAGE »

 Wahconah Falls

[02‑Nov‑2019] The Wahconah Falls Brook flows over several smaller falls before ending in the 40-foot Wahconah Falls. The cascade is scenic any time of year, but is especially impressive during the spring runoff. READ MORE »

 Mount Greylock Veterans War Memorial Tower

[30‑Jul‑2019] Mount Greylock is a 3,489-foot mountain located in the northwest corner of Massachusetts. It is the highest point in the state. The summit is topped by the 93-foot-high lighthouse-like Massachusetts Veterans War Memorial Tower. VIEW IMAGE »

 Noble View

[08‑Jun‑2019] View of the cottages from the rock wall. VIEW IMAGE »

 Bicycling Album

[23‑Sep‑2018] Media album for the Bicycling Committee. VIEW ALBUM »

 3rd Annual Outdoor Festival

[17‑Sep‑2016] Erin O'Connell (Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut) displays a barred owl at Western MA's 3rd Annual Outdoor Festival. VIEW IMAGE »
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