Bascom Lodge
atop Mount Greylock
Adams, Massachusetts

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About Us
Bascom Lodge is operated by the Bascom Lodge Group in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation's Historic Curatorship Program.  Through the program, state owned historic properties like Bascom Lodge are rehabilitated, maintained and reused by outside parties in return for a long term lease. 
For more information on the program, visit http://www.mass.gov/dcr/stewardship/curator/index.htm.


Daily Hours for dining:
Breakfast: 8-10am
(for parties of eight or more reservations are required).

Lunch: 11:00am-4:30pm
(no reservations required).

Dinner: 7pm, one seating, reservations required . Call: 413-743-1591.

Sunset Beverage Hour: Wednesday through Sunday, 5-7pm. Enjoy a glass of wine or beer as the sun sets from Mount Greylock.

Bascom lodge is a nonsmoking establishment.

Lodging:
Private and Group rooms are available for overnight stay.
Check our Lodging page for rates and contact info.


Featured Amenities:

Fireplaces in lobby and dining room.

Enclosed porch with wraparound windows.

Spectacular views.

Mountaintop setting.

Hiking Trails.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week.

Wi-fi.

Special Events.


The Enclosed Porch



An Autumn Sunset



Summer on the Summit


The Appalachian Trail passes by the lodge on the summit. 
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At 3,491 feet, Mt. Greylock is Massachusetts' highest peak. The Mount Greylock State Reservation, which surrounds Bascom Lodge, covers more than 11,000 acres. Hikers can enjoy 50 miles of trails over a variety of terrain, including a section of the Georgia - to - Maine Appalachian Trail.
For those who enjoy natural history, a variety of birds, trees, mammals and geological formations are found within the park.
While paved roads reach its summit, Mt. Greylock contains some of the wildest land in Massachusetts.

In an area known as the Hopper, ancient spruce trees date back almost two centuries, and 1,600 acres of the Reservation hold National Natural Landmark status.
From the summit, spectacular 100-mile views of the Taconic, Catskill and Housatonic ranges - as well as glorious sunsets - can be enjoyed.
The Mt. Greylock Visitor Center, at the southern base of the mountain, provides information, maps, nature exhibits and restrooms. 413-499-4262.
The Visitor Center is open year-round:
http://www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/mtGreylock/
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