X-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Stone walls are the only reminder that this rolling landscape, now forest-covered, once was farmland. Today trails lead to the Hudson River and spectacular views — and perhaps a bald eagle sighting.
When developers wanted to cover this lovely ridgeline with houses, Scenic Hudson helped protect it for public use.
A half-mile trail leads uphill through open meadows abounding with birds to a 550-foot hilltop affording panoramic vistas stretching from the Berkshires to the Catskills.
After a family-friendly woodland hike, whet your appetite while enjoying magnificent views at a prime picnic spot on the river's edge.
This stunning landscape once played a vital role in the region's economy. Today its woods and streams offer outstanding opportunities to connect with nature.
Magnificent views of the Hudson Highlands — and even Manhattan's skyline — provide ample compensation for the rigors of hiking through this rugged terrain.
This waterfront park offers the opportunity to explore a wetland abounding with wildlife as well as dramatic river vistas and a picturesque shoreline that's a perfect picnic destination.
This stunning park is a tribute to Frances “Franny” Reese (1917-2003), an inspirational figure who spent 40 years making the Hudson Valley a better place.
This scenic landscape is a perfect spot to relax, picnic, explore birdlife in surrounding grasslands and enjoy incomparable views.
Trails in this 287-acre preserve connect visitors with its astonishing variety of terrain and habitats.