Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Purgatory Chasm

A brush with the devil can clear your mind...
And strengthen your spine...

{Whispers in the Dark -- Mumford and Sons}

Purgatory Chasm has been on my "MA Bucket List" for ages and I finally got out there and am already planning a return trip!

This amazing hiking spot, in Central Mass, is the remains of a glacial formation that melted away around 14,000 years ago. The main trail is a half mile out and back along huge rocks - it was my dream hike...scurrying up and down rocks taking in the insanely epic views of the cliff faces.

I did two loops, out through the chasm, back on top of the cliff face, back out on the opposite face, then back to the start through the chasm. What a workout. It was just amazing. I highly recommend to anyone in the MA area!

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10 thoughts on the matter:

Tom said... {Reply}

What a rocky road! Thanks for taking me along, I'll stick to something a bit tamer. I hope to see you back again.

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

What an amazing place to climb and hike; sure must be a good workout.

Nancy Chan said... {Reply}

A very challenging rocky hike but the view is great.

NCSue said... {Reply}

Geat photos! You'll have "buns of steel" after completing that for sure!!!
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Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I've always enjoyed hiking, would love to visit there!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That sounds like an awesome hike and the views are stunning!! Thanks for sharing! I'm glad you got out of Purgatory though. ;)

Jeanna said... {Reply}

Kudos for you to be able to scurry about camera in hand. It wud have ended in disaster for me. Love the shots and angles, good job.

Claire Justine said... {Reply}

Such a lovely place to explore :) Thanks for sharing at the Wednesday blog hop

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

What a lovely hiking spot! Glad you were able to visit it!

CountryMouse said... {Reply}

That looks like a great spot to explore.