The Keystone Trail at Mount Tom State Reservation in Holyoke, Massachusetts is an easy 1.9-mile one-way trail that passes Lake Bray and connects to Reservation Road and the Quarry Trail.
Starting from Lake Bray, the trail winds up towards Reservation Road, offering some periods of short climbs over loose rock and small wooded overlooks.
The trail crosses the Kay Bee Trail at the Keystone Junction 0.3-miles southeast of Reservation Road, from here there is 0.5-mile extension to connect to the Quarry Trail. The Keystone Trail is well maintained and should be considered a high-traffic trail.
Pets: Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
Parking: Parking can be found next to the trailhead at the coordinates provided.
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