Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Lenox, a Mass Audubon property with seven miles of well-marked walking trails include three popular loops. There is a $5 fee here if you are not a member, it’s well worth it, leave the dog at home on this one. We set out to see all the trails here and spent four hours exploring. The boardwalks and signage are very good here, especially the info boards, we stopped to read each one! support the Hilltown Hikers become a member!

#lenoxma #hikethehilltownhistory
#hikethehilltowns with the #westernmasshilltownhikers #discoverthehilltowns #visitthehills #hilltownhistory #flashhike #intheberkshires #nature #adventure #history #hiking #outdooradventures #visittheberkshires
Visit our blog for all of our adventures! We are on Instagram TikTok Pinterest Twitter YouTube Meetup @hilltownhikers
A 501c3 Massachusetts Non-Profit Organization Donate here on Square

Blue trail markers lead away from the parking area, yellow trail markers lead back to the parking area.
All-Person’s Trail (1/3 mile)
From the parking lot, this fully accessible trail winds around a hemlock grove, traverses wildflower fields, and passes through a deciduous woodland to Pike’s Pond. Five benches and an observation deck offer great wildlife watching. Pike’s Pond Trail Loop (0.75 miles) A flat and easy 30-40 minute walk around Pike’s Pond; usually a good place to observe beavers at dusk. Yokun/Beaver Lodge Trails Loop
(1.5 miles) A fairly easy one hour walk offering views of the northern beaver ponds and the Lenox Mountain ridge.