About Misery Mountain WMA - Kittle Rd
This parking area will bring visitors to Misery Mountain Wildlife Management Area, an undeveloped property in Western Massachusetts. Upon arrival at the parking spot, visitors will see a vast meadow. Plenty of local wildlife species, including insects and songbirds, are visible in this meadow through spring and summer.
Beyond the field, visitors will enter a forest of quaking aspen. Then, the property climbs north and west toward the state border.
Misery Mountain WMA is an expansive property in Hancock and Williamstown. The property travels alongside the Taconic Mountains, which follow the border between New York and Massachusetts. Due to its position in a low-traffic area, the secluded property is ideal for finding game during white-tailed deer season. The Taconic Crest Trail, spanning between Pittsfield and Southern Vermont, also travels through the forest and often provides scenic views of the surrounding Berkshires throughout the year.
Visitors will find parking in a small parking spot near the end of Kittle Road, which branches from Route 43. Across Kittle Road, visitors can see Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort and the nearby mountains.