Berkshires Regional Maps

Moving to the Berkshires? Then you'll need a street map of Berkshire County and Western Massachusetts. We also carry USGS topographic maps of all Berkshire geographic areas.

 

 
 
 
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The Berkshire Book: A Complete Guide (Great Destinations)

by Lauren R. Stevens
This is the most comprehensive guide to our neck of the woods that weve come across in our store's tenure. Author and long-time resident Lauren R. Stevens pulls together all sorts of information in a coherent, logical and accessible manner.
 
 

Mt. Greylock Map

by Dunlavey
Mount Greylock's summit is the highest mountaintop in Massachusetts. This detailed trail guide and topographical map of Mount Greylock, in the northern part of Berkshire County, contains detailed information of some of the most interesting and unusual trails.
 

 

South Taconic Map

by Dunlavey
The South Taconic Range extends along the southwest border of MA, CT and NY, and is one of the most beautiful and ecologically significant regions in the Northeast. This detailed trail guide and topographical map highlights interesting hikes along this renowned mountain range.
 
 

Yokun Ridge Trail Map

by Dunlavey
The Yokun Ridge extends 9.5 miles from Stockbridge to Pittsfield, MA. This detailed trail guide and topographical map highlights interesting hikes along this well-known ridge. Also contains some background history of the area.
 

 

The Berkshire Hills & Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts (Explorer's Guide)

by Christina Tree & William Davis
This book provides detailed descriptions of individual towns, from Lenox and Williamstown through to Northampton and Amherst, and villages from Tryingham to Shelburne Falls; personal recommendations for inns and B&Bs, including numerous family-friendly establishments and those that accept pets; dining suggestions from classic diners to four-star restaurants; crafts studios, antique shops, and more. Packed with tips and intriguing commentary, this is an indispensable guide for travelers who want to step beyond the tourist trail and into the heart of New England.