My buddy Jim is as knowledgeable on hiking as anyone I have met, from the Catskills to Adirondacks all the way to Vermont. One area that he is not all that familiar with is the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, including the Greylock Range. It just so happens that this is an area that I am very familiar with and therefore, was more than happy to share some of my experience with Jim. Our plan for the day was to do a two car traverse, leaving a first car at the Jones Nose parking area along Rockwell Road and then driving to the Haley Farm to begin the hike. We parked the car at an elevation of just over 1100 feet and began our hike, under sunny skies and beautiful, warm fall weather.