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or inspired by the diverse cultures of the First Americans.
Places of Interest around Shelburne & the Mohawk Trail
High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary
in the Town of Shelburne
The High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary is owned and maintained by the Massachusetts Audubon
Society. It is arguably the most beautiful 586 acres in the Region and is accessible year round.
On an extensive trail system, High Ledges boasts a large inventory of native plants and
wildflowers and is a haven for naturalists, photographers, and everyone who appreciates
scenic views and unspoiled terrain.
Wildflowers are best viewed May through September. October features fantastic fall foliage
views of the Village of Shelburne Falls, the Deerfield River valley and Mt. Graylock.
When winter snows carpet the sanctuary you can navigate the trails on snowshoes.
The sanctuary is open all year dawn to dusk. Visitors are requested to comply with regulations
such as: No pets on or off leash. Don’t pick any plants. For a complete list of these regulations
plus directions contact:
Massachusetts Audubon Society: