Located in Berkshire County, Saddle Ball Mountain is the 2nd highest peak in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Other than the Mount Greylock summit itself, Saddle Ball is the highest in a series of four outcroppings or lobes along the southern ridge of the Mount Greylock Range. The Appalachian Trail (AT) intersects and parallels this ridge as it heads north toward the summit of Mount Greylock.
The Albany 30 x 60 Quadrangle map locates the highest outcropping of Saddle Ball on the Appalachian Trail, about 0.2 to 0.3 miles north of its junction with the Jones Nose Trail.
By elevation Saddle Ball Mountain is
# 2 out of 2241 in Massachusetts # 2 out of 209 in Berkshire County # 1 out of 10 in Mount Greylock State Reservation # 9 out of 274 in the Taconic Mountains
By prominence Saddle Ball Mountain is
# 63 out of 209 in Berkshire County # 6 out of 10 in Mount Greylock State Reservation
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