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The Berkshire Flyer

The Berkshire Flyer is Amtrak’s new seasonal passenger rail service between New York City and the Berkshires.

Coming Soon!

Beginning on July 8, 2022, The Berkshire Flyer will provide rail service from New York City to Pittsfield in the Berkshires each weekend throughout the summer months. Tickets go on sale soon!

Getting Around the Berkshires

The Last Mile

After you arrive in the Berkshires, you will need a way to get from the train station to where you are staying. As the county is made up of 30 towns and 2 cities we highly recommend you rent a car to navigate around the region but we know that does not work for everyone, certainly if you are staying in Pittsfield you can simply walk to your hotel. Here are some directions and transportation options, hopefully one will be the perfect fit for you and your Berkshire vacation!

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Find help with planning

Planning Resources

Use these year-round go-to resources detailing what to do, where to stay, and all things delicious and fun #intheberkshires.

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Itinerary Inspiration

Things to Do

Our region is surrounded by picturesque mountains, lush green valleys, and crystal clear waters where you’ll find numerous, unique recreational activities all year long.

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The Latest Updates

Follow The Berkshire Flyer

Follow @theberkshireflyer on Instagram for the latest Flyer updates and inspiration for your next Berkshire adventure!

That Berkshire Podcast

Living, working & playing #intheBerkshires

The Berkshire Podcast

That Berkshire Podcast, brought to you by 1Berkshire, is your window into living, working and playing in the beautiful rolling hills of The Berkshires, where arts and culture meet outdoor adventure.

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A Spotify Playlist for Your Trip

Berkshire Playlists

Enjoy music from the Berkshires and beyond curated by 1Berkshire.


Pick a season

A Sampling of Seasons

The Berkshires is nestled within the rolling Appalachian mountains and is neighbor to New York, Connecticut, and Vermont, resulting in breathtaking, four-season scenery.

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Get the Official
Guide to the Berkshires

Inspire wanderlust with the Official Guide to the Berkshires, a year-round, comprehensive resource to help you plan the perfect respite.