Located in Massachusetts' Berkshires region, the Jacob's Ladder Scenic Byway is a 35-miles stretch of road, originally built in 1910 to accommodate the first horseless carriages. Visitors are encouraged to meander at a slower pace to enjoy the natural scenery, especially in the fall when the landscape bursts into a riot of red and gold hues. Source: Smarter Travel
Berkshires fall day trip. Want to share autumn adventures with your family? Learn how to make the most of a fall day in the scenic Berkshires region of western Massachusetts with this fall photo tour and travel guide.