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  1. North Adams

    North Adams is a town in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. In the 19th century it was the industrial center of the region.



  2. Adams (Massachusetts)

    Adams is a small town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts. It features the summit of Mt.

  3. Williamstown (Massachusetts)

    Williamstown is a town in the Berkshire Hills at the northwest corner of Massachusetts. It shares a border with New York and Vermont.


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  4. Florida (Massachusetts)

    Florida is a small town in the Berkshire Hills area of Massachusetts.

  5. Cheshire (Massachusetts)

    Cheshire is a town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.



  6. New Ashford

    New Ashford is a small town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.

  7. Bennington

    Bennington is a town in Southwestern Vermont. Boasting five covered bridges it is a classic Vermont country town, and is also home to Bennington College.

  8. Lanesborough

    Lanesborough is a small town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.

  9. Hancock (Massachusetts)

    Hancock is a town in Massachusetts in the Berkshire Hills region.



  10. Mount Snow

    Mount Snow is in the towns of Wilmington and West Dover, in southern Vermont. It is located off Vermont's famed Route 100 - aka the skiers' highway.

  11. Pittsfield

    Pittsfield is a small city in western Massachusetts. It is the largest city in Berkshire County and home to Berkshire Community College .

  12. Wilmington (Vermont)
  13. Becket

    Becket is a small town in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.

  14. Arlington (Vermont)
  15. Lenox (Massachusetts)

    Lenox is a town in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, about 3 hours from New York City and 2.5 hours from Boston.



  16. Stratton

    Stratton is a ski resort in Southern Vermont, located in the New England region of the United States.

  17. Lee (Massachusetts)
  18. Cambridge (New York)

    Cambridge is in Washington County in the rural northeast of the Capital District of New York.

  19. Sandgate (Vermont)

    Sandgate is a town in Southern Vermont near the border of New York.

  20. Manchester (Vermont)

    Manchester is a town in southernwestern Vermont, nestled at the foot of 3,816-foot Mount Equinox. It has a tranquil old-world atmosphere, and Manchester Center is a shopper's paradise that is completely different from the village with its signs, sights and many shops.

  21. Stockbridge

    Stockbridge is a town located in Berkshire County in Western Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 2,276.

  22. Otis (Massachusetts)
  23. Jamaica (Vermont)

    Jamaica is a village in Vermont. It is a great place to stay when going to Stratton ski resort.

  24. Berkshire Hills

    The Berkshire Hills are in Berkshire County at the western end of Massachusetts. They are actually three separate mountain ranges, separated by the valleys of the Housatonic River in the south and the Hoosic River in the north.

  25. Greenfield (Massachusetts)

    Greenfield is in Franklin County, Massachusetts. It is home to Greenfield Community College.

  26. Deerfield (Massachusetts)

    Deerfield is a small town in Franklin county in western Massachusetts. It is home to Deerfield Academy prep school.

  27. Monterey (Massachusetts)

    Monterey is a small town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.

  28. Newfane

    Newfane is a town and county seat of Windham County in Southern Vermont.

  29. Blandford
  30. Great Barrington

    Great Barrington is a pleasant town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.

  31. Brattleboro

    Brattleboro is a town of 12,000 people in southern Vermont. From points south, it will most likely be the place for travelers to begin their exploration of Vermont.

  32. Troy (New York)

    Troy is a city in Rensselaer County, New York located northeast of Albany. Its nicknames include "The Collar City" and "Home of Uncle Sam.

  33. Watervliet (New York)
  34. Northampton (Massachusetts)

    Northampton is a city in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts with a picturesque and vibrant downtown, consisting of numerous art galleries, restaurants and quirky shops sprinkled among coffee shops and performing arts venues. It is home to prestigious Smith College and the Clarke School for the Deaf.

  35. West Chesterfield

    West Chesterfield is a city in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire.

  36. Hadley

    Hadley is a small town of 4,200, located in the Pioneer Valley, in Western Massachusetts. Despite its small population, it has a reasonable commercial strip that harbors a few malls, providing a more mainstream shopping experience than its larger neighbors, Amherst and Northampton.

  37. Kinderhook

    Kinderhook is the name of both a village and a township in Columbia County in the state of New York.

  38. Rensselaer (New York)

    Rensselaer is a city in New York on the Hudson river opposite Albany.

  39. Sheffield (Massachusetts)

    Sheffield is in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, just north of the border with Connecticut.

  40. Albany (New York)

    Albany is the capital of New York and the county seat of Albany County. It is home to just under 100,000 residents, most of New York State's key government offices, and seven colleges and universities.

  41. Amherst (Massachusetts)

    Amherst is a town in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Amherst is home to about 35,000 residents as well as the campuses of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, and Hampshire College.

  42. Westfield (Massachusetts)

    Westfield is a city in Hampden County, in the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts. It includes the village of Wyben.

  43. Granville (Massachusetts)

    Granville is a town in Hampden County in the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts.

  44. Holyoke
  45. South Hadley

    South Hadley is a city in the Pioneer Valley area of Massachusetts. It is home to Mount Holyoke College.

  46. Capital District

    New York's Capital District is centered on the state capital of Albany,

  47. Columbia County (New York)
  48. Norfolk (Connecticut)

    Norfolk is a town in the Litchfield Hills of northwestern Connecticut.

  49. Clifton Park

    Clifton Park is a city in the Hudson Valley in the Capital District region of New York. It is situated in Saratoga County right between Albany and Saratoga Springs in upstate New York.

  50. Mount Washington (Massachusetts)

    Mount Washington is a tiny town in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts. It is at the southwest corner of the state, the only Massachusetts town to border both New York and Connecticut.

  51. Chicopee
  52. West Springfield (Massachusetts)

    West Springfield is a city (known as a town) in Hampden County in the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts. Often referred to as West Side, West Springfield is just west of Springfield (Massachusetts), divided by the Connecticut River.

  53. Saratoga Springs

    Saratoga Springs is located just south of the Adirondacks in upstate New York. Long a vacation destination for New Yorkers, Saratoga Springs is a pleasant town filled with swanky shops, spas and horse racing.

  54. Salisbury (Connecticut)

    Salisbury is a city in Connecticut. It includes the village of Lakeville, home to Lime Rock Park raceway.

  55. Springfield (Massachusetts)

    Springfield is the largest city on the Connecticut River, in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts, USA. It sits 24 miles (40 km) north of Hartford, Connecticut, and 5 miles(8 km) north of the Connecticut state line.

  56. Bellows Falls

    Bellows Falls is an incorporated village of 3,000 people in the town of Rockingham in southeastern Vermont. It has enjoyed a renaissance in two main areas since the turn of the millennium.

  57. Ballston Spa

    Ballston Spa is a town in the county seat of Saratoga County in New York. The town is well-known for it's walkable village with hometown restaurants, shops and museums.

  58. Agawam

    Agawam is a town in the Hampden County part of the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts. It includes the village of Feeding Hills.

  59. Ludlow (Vermont)

    Ludlow is in Southern Vermont and great place to visit any time of the year. Ludlow is a small village surrounded by wooded hills.

  60. Hudson (New York)
  61. Schenectady

    Schenectady once called the city that lights and hauls the world, is located in the Hudson Valley region of New York. Approximately 20 minutes from New York's capital of Albany, Schenectady is best known as the birthplace of General Electric and for Proctor's Theater.

  62. Ludlow (Massachusetts)

    Ludlow is a town in central Massachusetts, about a 15- to 20-minute drive to downtown Springfield.

  63. Longmeadow

    Longmeadow is an affluent, postcard-perfect looking town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, located between the City of Springfield and the Connecticut border.

  64. Swanzey
  65. Keene (New Hampshire)
  66. Cornwall (Connecticut)

    Cornwall is a town in Connecticut. It is comprised of many small parts from yesteryear, but today is generally divided into three parts, Cornwall Bridge, West Cornwall, and Cornwall Village.

  67. Windsor Locks
  68. Simsbury
  69. Enfield (Connecticut)
  70. Sharon (Connecticut)
  71. Plymouth (Vermont)
  72. Rutland (Vermont)

    Rutland is a city of about 17,000 people in Southern Vermont. It is the third largest city in the state.

  73. Harwinton

    Harwinton is a small town in the Litchfield Hills region of Connecticut that was founded in 1737.

  74. Avon (Connecticut)

    Avon, Connecticut is a little town just outside of the capital, Hartford.

  75. Petersham

    Petersham is a small quintessential New England town located in the North Quabbin region of central Massachusetts.

  76. Amenia (New York)

    Amenia is a township in Dutchess County, New York. This page also covers the village of Wassaic, 6 miles south of downtown Amenia.

  77. Windsor (Connecticut)
  78. East Windsor (Connecticut)
  79. Somers (Connecticut)
  80. Cairo (New York)

    Cairo is a town in Greene County in New York. It is located next to East Durham (home of one of the largest Irish festivals in New York.

  81. West Hartford
  82. Killington

    Killington is a town in Southern Vermont. It is home to Killington Ski Resort.

  83. Lake George

    Nestled in the pristine Adirondacks, Lake George is a year-round tourist destination. Just 45 minutes (36 miles) outside of Saratoga Springs and 1 hour (60 miles) north of Albany it is worth the effort it takes to get there.

  84. Claremont (New Hampshire)
  85. Farmington (Connecticut)
  86. Ellington
  87. Hartford

    Hartford is the capital of the state of Connecticut in the United States of America. The Greater Hartford region is enmeshed with Springfield (Massachusetts), which lies only 24 miles to the north.

  88. Red Hook

    Red Hook is the name of both a village and a township in Dutchess County, New York. The town encompasses the villages of Red Hook and Tivoli as well as the hamlets of Annandale-on-Hudson, Barrytown and Upper Red Hook.

  89. South Windsor

    South Windsor is a small town in Connecticut it is 5 miles NE of Hartford, Connecticut and 88 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts. The town is conveniently located inside the Hartford metropolitan area.

  90. Bristol (Connecticut)
  91. Kent (Connecticut)
  92. East Hartford
  93. Chittenden
  94. Saugerties
  95. Greene County (New York)
  96. Cornish (New Hampshire)

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  97. Windsor (Vermont)

    Windsor is in Southern Vermont. Windsor has a small population of 3,800 people and sits on the banks of the Connecticut River.

  98. Newington

    Newington is a town in central Connecticut, bordering Hartford, the state capital. Although the center of Newington offers several shops, the shopping center of the town is located along the Berlin Turnpike, which has a slew of stores and restaurants.

  99. New Britain (Connecticut)

    New Britain is a city in Connecticut. The "Hardware City" is the official nickname of the city.

  100. Brimfield

    Brimfield is a small town in Hampden County in the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts It is most famously known for the Brimfield Antique Show.