At more than 1,200 feet in height, Mount Toby is a prominent part of the landscape with outstanding panoramic views of the farmland of the Connecticut River Valley from its peak. The trek to the top is a moderate six mile hike, and there are shorter hikes on the trail within the reservation. From a spur trail, there is a cabin ruin known as the Paddy Farms, an Irish settlement site that dates to 1840-1850. Mount Toby is part of the Connecticut River Greenway State Park.

Rte 47 and Reservation Road
North Sunderland, MA

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