About Bee Hill Road - Torrey Woods Road Trailhead
The Torrey Woods Road Trailhead is a hiking and snowshoeing trail in Taconic Trail State Forest, perfect for a short day of outdoor recreation in the Berkshires. The trail begins as a wide double-track road that steadily climbs through a forest ecosystem. Hemlocks and birches populate these woods, and a stream is easily heard flowing nearby.
Plenty of local Western Massachusetts wildlife species are found on this trail during spring and summer. Wildflowers are abundant when the weather begins to warm, and chipmunks are often seen crossing the path. Then, when hunting season arrives, the forest becomes an ideal place to find white-tailed deer.
The trail also connects to other pathways in the area. Visitors can hike across Tenney Hill, eventually arriving at Bee Hill and Petersburg Pass. Ultimately, near the top of Petersburg Pass, hikers will access expansive scenic views of the surrounding mountains.
There is a small parking lot for the Torrey Woods Road Trailhead off Berlin Road.