An easy walk in the woods and along the Housatonic River, on a wide, packed-gravel trail, built mostly on the bed of the old Berkshire Street Railway trolley line. Starting with a 100 foot boardwalk, the trail goes through birch, pine, cottonwood and invasive euonymus, traverses two wooden bridges, and meets the river near a railed section. At the end of the wide trolley bed portion, a narrower section traverses two, smaller bridges as it loops back along the river through fern beds to the main trail. This trail was constructed in 2003 as part of the Laurel Hill Association’s 150th Anniversary celebration.
This trail is wheelchair accessible.