It rises 3491 feet into the heavens.
Vistas from its top, on a clear day, are breathtaking.
When there's fog, however, driving up the mountain is scary, at best.
On a recent trip there, a brave friend and I ventured up to the top in very heavy fog.
She drove because I wouldn't have gotten behind the wheel of a car for all the tea in China.
It felt like being in the Twilight Zone.
Here is a shot of Bascom Lodge where we had lunch. We were the only ones in the dining room.
The big tower at the top was shrouded in sheets of white fog.
Look at these sweet daisies who didn't seem to mind the fog at all!
I was glad when we got down to the bottom of Mt. Greylock and hope to go again on a sunny day!
(All photos in this post were taken by Susan Wicker.)
HAVE YOU TRAVELED TO THE TOP OF A MOUNTAIN IN FOGGY WEATHER?