Inn on Boltwood invites you to visit the Pioneer Valley and drench yourself in the golden light of fall. Surround yourself with the breathtaking scenery as the leaves turn vibrant shades of red, gold, and orange.
Here’s our 2019 list of top locations for the best foliage viewing in Western Massachusetts
1. Skinner Mountain
Hike to the top of Skinner Mountain and take in the sights of the Valley from a bird’s eye view. Regardless of which trail you embark on, the mountain provides excellent opportunities to “peep” the leaves and enjoy bird watching or simply observe nature at its finest.
2. Amethyst Brook
Take a stroll along Amethyst Brook, and enjoy the shades of the trees and the crisp autumn air as the babbling brook adds quintessential country ambiance.
3. Atkins Farms Country Market
Visit Atkins Farms Country Market where you will find an opulent overabundance of fresh, local produce, top of the line culinary delights, as well as large and robust pumpkins and gourds. Atkins is famous for their apple cider donuts. They are not to be missed. Don’t forget to pick apples while you are there against the backdrop of the stunning autumn foliage.
4. Mount Sugarloaf
Our guests can also take in the leaves as they drive along Rt. 116. Stop at Mount Sugarloaf for yet another fantastic view of the valley.
Here at Inn on Boltwood, we hope that your visit proves bountiful and inspiring as you cozy into Fall!