Berkshire Bike Path Council
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Advocating bike path development in Berkshire County Massachusetts


Please use our site as a resource to help use and develop bike paths in Berkshire County.

Bicycling in the Berkshires





Berkshire Bike Path Council Vision
The Berkshire Bike Path Council is working to promote the establishment of a Vermont to Connecticut multi-use recreational path of approximately 75 miles.  The border to border trail will utilize railway corridors and related off-road bike paths where possible along with on-road bike lanes. Through the involvement of community groups and towns the trail will extend from the Vermont border in Williamstown south through North Adams, Adams, Cheshire, Lanesboro, Pittsfield, Lenox, Stockbridge, Lee, Great Barrington and Sheffield to the Connecticut border. This primary north-south route will serve as the central spine for secondary connections with diverse destinations, including schools, businesses, community centers, transportation links, recreational opportunities and other points of interest. 

Marge Cohan
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Neil welcomes Governor Deval Patrick to Park Service Day on the Ashuwillticook Saturday April 26

Early Saturday morning dizzily rain soon stopped to provide a very comfortable working temperature for the volunteers of Park Service Day on the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail.  Volunteers including Governor Deval Patrick, raked, trimmed, picked up and hauled trash and planted flowers at both Farnam Crossing and in Cheshire.  M. Edward Jewelers of Pittsfield again served as a co-sponsor and arranged for Olde Forge, Lanesborough to provide warm and appreciated refreshments.  
Berkshire Eagle Link.
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Southern Berkshire County bike route broucher

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Or individual route maps for the towns of

Town of Great Barrington
Town of Lee
Town of Lenox
Town of Sheffield
Town of Stockbridge

Berkshire Bike Patch Council
Berkshire Regional Planning Commission
Upper Housatonic Valley National Heritage Area



   August 7 - 10 2014 MassBikePike
        More info

        Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Ride

        For more information click here.

     September 21, 2014  Stockbridge Community Ride
        Save the date.


 Berkshire Bike Path Council


MassDOT Bike Path Projects

To view the status of current MassDOT Bike Path Projects use the link below to access the MassDOT project database.

  1. MassDOT project link
  2. Select the appropriate town
  3. Scroll down and select the project number

Project: 605041
Town: Adams
Extend Ashuwillticook north from Visitor Center. (1.2 miles)

Project: 606890
Town: Adams
Lime St, Adams to Hodges Cross Rd, N. Adams (1.8 miles)

Project: 606891
Town: Pittsfield
Extend Ashuwillticook south to Crane Ave, Pittsfield
 (1.5 miles)

Project: 607254
Town: Williamstown
N. Adams to Williamstown (2.5 miles)




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