The Mount Tom Trail in Holyoke, Massachusetts is a moderate 2 mile out-and-back hike up the access road to the summit of the mountain. Depending on the day, you can drive up to the access road which is where this GPS data starts right off of Mt Park Rd in Holyoke. If the gate is closed you will need to walk about a mile to the access road.
At the top of Mount Tom, you get amazing views of Holyoke, Springfield, and the Holyoke Range. On the hike up, there's a monument dedicated to the servicemen who were lost in a B-17 plane crash on the mountain on July 9th, 1946.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
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