[[File:Pine Cobble Mountain.JPG|thumb|267x267px|East Mountain in the background (right) rises above the Pine Cobble outcropping (left) in this photo taken from the valley.]]
Pine Cobble Mountain, located in [[Williamstown, Massachusetts]] is a sub-summit of East Mountain in the Clarksburg State Forest.ref This outcropping is best known as a popular hiking destination, where an outlook encompasses panoramic views of Williamstown, the [[Mount Greylock]] Range, and .
The [[USGS]] benchmark at the summit is 577 meters or 1,894 feet above sea level.
The 1.6-mile hiking trail to the Pine Cobble summit is located on land owned by the Massachusetts [[Department of Conservation and Recreation (Massachusetts)|]], [[Williams College]] and Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation, Inc. The latter organization, in conjunction with the Williams College Outing Club, maintains this trail.