The Lower Access Trail at Mount Holyoke Range State Park in Granby, Massachusetts is an easy 2.1 mile out-and-back trail that leads into the park from Batchelor Street. This is one of many trails you can access at this entrance to Mt Holyoke Range State Park. The trail is wide in most areas heading out to a small pond. As the trail goes deeper there are many side trails to loop back with and continue on, most notably, the Roller Coaster Trail and the Serpentine Trail.
For more map details and the trails in this area, check out the Mount Holyoke State Park Trail Map PDF - look at the last image in the PDF and find the parking along Batchelor Street.
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