TRAVEL CRAZEE - MASSACHUSETTS
One of the state’s most iconic views is also surprisingly underrated, the Aquinnah/Gay Head Cliffs on Martha’s Vineyard. While these multicolored gems create a dramatic coastal scene that beckons photographers and sea-lovers alike, they’re also surprisingly overlooked as a viewpoint. These magnificent formations are also home to fossils of pre-historic sea monsters, giant clams, crabs, and more. Gaze out at the sailboats skipping gently through the waves as they lap against the rocks, all from the comfort of the white, sandy shores.
With the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in the west and the sandy beaches of Cape Cod in the east, outdoor opportunities in central Massachusetts are sometimes overlooked. That’s a mistake. The hills of central Mass offer up some great outdoor adventures.
The trail encircles the largely undeveloped Tully Valley in the North Quabbin Region. And from the summit of Tully Mountain
to the cascading waters of Doane’s Falls
, the trail connects some of the region’s most scenic properties and views.