The Friends of the Mount Holyoke Range is a  

non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of

the Mount Holyoke Range through land conservation,

natural history education, recreational

activities and cultural events.


Since 1982 it has assisted environmental

groups and state agencies purchase land for conservation,

sponsored nature walks and presentations in biology, geology

and astronomy, helped maintain hiking trails, supplied equipment

for J. A. Skinner State Park, hosted the annual Seven Sisters

Trail Race, and presented an annual summer concert series

in Skinner State Park’s historic Summit House.

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FOMHR, ​P.O. Box 728, South Hadley, MA 01075         helptherange@gmail.com


West Street Common, Hadley

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Good News at the Notch Visitor Center!
Mt. Holyoke Range State Park, 
1500 West Street (Rt 116), Amherst, MA

The Notch Visitor Center is open! 

Thursdays – Mondays, 9am – 4pm,

through early March.
Come on in, the Center is fine!  

Check out new displays and hands-on activities that introduce you to a range of fun topics all about the Mount Holyoke Range.  Stop by with your trail questions or share your observations with staff.

Join in free programs for families, children, and adults.  From the always-popular pre-schoolers’ Kidlidescope story and craft time, to Senior Hikes, there’s something for everyone.  

Click the link for WINTER PROGRAMS

above for specific dates, and times.
See you on the Range!