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    Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    There is also Mt. Greylock reservation. The AT cuts right thru the middle of it. There are shelter, a campground, and some remote hiker sites. I am always looking for people to "hang" with in Western Mass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shrineclown View Post
    Hey, where is the presidential swag? That other vote had nothing to do with you.
    To what do you refer?


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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    To what do you refer?


    That is better.

    And there is a nice trail that starts in North Adams and heads north for a fair stretch of the legs. Nice guide book available to help you segment it. http://www.ems.com/product/index.jsp...FVCd4Aod734ATw

    Guide is detailed, informative and accurate. Starts out easily and gets more challenging... Take the overlook trails at every opportunity, they are well worth it.
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    I'll add Camp Sayre in Milton (right near the Blue Hills) and the lovely Nobscot Scout Reservation in Sudbury. I do believe both allow outside (Re: non-scout) groups to reserve campsites.

    There's also Breakhart Reservation in Saugus good for a stealth hang or two (try under the power lines off Water Street), and just about any State Park 'round these parts.

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