Cross-Country Skiing Ulster County
Bear Mountain Bridge views across Hudson River

Ulster County

Cross-Country Skiing

 All Esopus Listings

 Esopus Cross-Country Skiing

suspension bridge, spectacular Hudson River views, hiking trails, Things To Do, Birdwatching, Cross county skiing & snowshoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Picnicking, Scenic views, farms in Ulster, restaurants in Ulster County Black Creek Preserve "Scenic Hudson Valley"

 
  Black Creek Preserve
Esopus, Ulster County
Hudson River Valley, New York State

This 130-acre park features a dramatic suspension bridge, spectacular Hudson River views and offers hiking trails that wind among vernal pools. Black Creek Preserve  Scenic Hudson Valley  website and more . . .

Things To Do, Bird Watching for Bald Eagles, Cross county skiing & snowshoeing, Fishing in Esopus Island, Hiking and walking trails, Nature hikes and Nature Study, Kayaking & Canoeing, Picnicking,  Esopus Lighthouse, birding, hiking, nature study, Esopus Meadows Preserve "Scenic Hudson Valley"

 
  Esopus Meadows Preserve
Town of Esopus, Ulster County
Hudson River Valley, New York State

The Esopus Meadows Preserve is located in the Town of Esopus, along the Hudson River, south of Kingston, in northeastern Ulster County, New York State. This 93-acre preserve is owned and managed by Scenic Hudson. Esopus Meadows Preserve  Scenic Hudson Valley  website and more . . .

hiking, hunting, great place for children, nature study, mountain biking, Things To Do, Birding, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Mountain Biking, Picnicking, day of hiking, local farms in the Hudson Valley, restaurants in Ulster New York, Hudson River Valley Shaupeneak Ridge "Scenic Hudson Valley"

 
  Shaupeneak Ridge
Esopus, Ulster County
Hudson River Valley, New York State

From Scenic Hudson: "Esopus, Ulster County (790 acres)—Located on the slopes and top of Shaupeneak Ridge, part of the Marlboro Mountains, the preserve offers a cornucopia of treats for nature lovers — wildflower-filled grasslands, woods, a waterfall and pond, stunning rock formations and an abundance of wildlife, including beaver, deer, coyotes and turkeys. Just as impressive are the vistas, stretching to the Hudson River and, once the leaves have fallen, the Catskill Mountains. (Scenic Hudson has protected farmland at the base of Shaupeneak Ridge to ensure pastoral views from the preserve remain unspoiled.) This splendor, combined with the rugged terrain, has made Shaupeneak Ridge one of the region's prime mountain-biking destinations. The preserve also is the site of Scenic Hudson's annual Spring Sprint 5K Trail Race. At whatever speed you enjoy the trails, you'll be amply rewarded." Shaupeneak Ridge  Scenic Hudson Valley  website and more . . .
 All Highmount Listings

 Highmount Cross-Country Skiing

12441, ski area, Catskill Mountains, Hudson River Valley, Highmount, Ulster County, skiers, American skiing, snowboarding, Belleayre mountain condition report, kids, New York's Winter Snow Park, Outdoor Winter Activities, Kidscamp, Ski boarding Belleayre Mountain Ski Area

845-254-5600 
  Belleayre Mountain, a ski resort, is located off of State Route 28 in Highmount, NY, just hours from New York City. It was declared “Forever Wild” by the New York State Forest Preserve in 1885.

From Belleayre: "Early on, skiers would side-step or hike their way more than 3,000 feet to be the first to make tracks down un-named and woody trails. Since the very beginning of the American skiing experience, skiers gazed at the steep, rugged inclines of Belleayre Mountain and dreamed of refining them. In the 1940’s skiing enthusiasts pressured politicians to develop Belleayre as a safe and fun mountain for families and extreme skiers alike. In 1947 bills were introduced allowing New York State to create Belleayre Mountain. Construction began in 1949 and Belleayre began its premier winter season with five trails, an electrically powered rope tow, New York’s first chairlift, a summit lodge, a temporary base lodge with a cafeteria and dirt floors and parking to accommodate 300 people. It would become the center for winter sports in the region and an economic catalyst for surrounding communities. Belleayre Mountain Ski Area  website and more . . .
 All Kingston Listings

 Kingston Cross-Country Skiing

D & H Canal Heritage Corridor

845-647-5292 
  D&H Canal Heritage Corridor Alliance is a a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Delaware & Hudson Canal tow paths and the Ontario & Western Railway for recreation.

History Along the D & H Heritage Corridor
"The D & H Heritage Corridor contains parts of the D & H Canal and the O & W Railroad. Both of these enterprises opened up the Rondout Valley to Commerce and Development. The D & H Canal was constructed to carry coal from Honesdale, PA to Kingston, NY for the New York City and Albany Markets. The O & W Railroad on the other hand was the improvement in transportation and bought up the Canal Company's right of way. D & H Canal Heritage Corridor  website and more . . .
 All New Paltz Listings

 New Paltz Cross-Country Skiing

12561, Resort, New Paltz NY, dining, activities, attractions, tennis, golf, lake swimming, boating, fishing, Spa, horseback riding, hiking, walking, running trails, platform tennis, putting green, cross-country ski trails, snowshoeing, ice-skating Mohonk Mountain House Resort & Restaurant

845-255-1000 
  Mohonk Mountain House Resort, is located at 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY 12561 in Dutchess County.

From Mohonk Mountain House: "Family-owned and operated since 1869, Mohonk Mountain House is an award-winning resort near the Catskill Mountains. Perfect for idyllic family vacations, romantic escapes, and instant getaways, our Victorian castle resort invites guests to be as active or relaxed as they want to be. Mohonk Mountain House is a spectacular Victorian Castle resort overlooking Lake Mohonk, in the heart of a scenic natural area comprised of more than 40,000 acres. Since 1869, guests have found a place for recreation and renewal of body, mind, and spirit in our unique mountaintop setting. The sight of this enchanting castle, sweeping lawns, award-winning gardens never fails to delight. Mohonk Mountain House Resort & Restaurant  website and more . . .

12561, Mohonk, Golf Course, Mohonk Mountain Resort, New Paltz, golf, golf course, Scottish, old-world New York State, Attractions, 9-hole course, Winter, Outdoor Activities, Ice skating, Ski rentals, Cross-country skiing, Snowshoeing Public Golf Course - Mohonk Golf Course

845-255-1000 
  Mohonk Golf Course, at Mohonk Mountain House Resort, is located at 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY 12561 in Ulster County.

From Mohonk: "Mohonk’s 117-year-old course is a shot-maker’s paradise. Like other early courses in America designed at the turn of the 19th century, ours has a strong Scottish influence. It was first laid out by Mother Nature and Albert Smiley (Mohonk’s founder), along with two house guests, E.E. Schermerhorn and Mr. James Talcott. The original layout in 1897 was 1600 yards. In 1911, Mr. Robert Pryde, a Scotsman working in Yale, Connecticut, was the go-to man for golf courses. He lengthened the course and added Scottish charm. Pryde brought the length to 2350 yards. (The current length is 2707). Mr. Pryde, before immigrating to America, worked at St. Andrews. He was called upon to help design some of the first courses in the northeast. Mohonk’s golf course features undulating fairways that require you hit to flat landing areas we call bowls. The course protects itself with blind tee shots and uneven lies. Mohonk’s 19th century design is able to battle 21st century equipment—a testament to Mr. Pryde’s lasting influence. Public Golf Course - Mohonk Golf Course  website and more . . .

Rail Trail, New York State, Countryside Trail, Hudson River Valley, Greenway Trail System, National Recreation Trail, Shawangunk Ridge, Trail Activities, Biking, Bird Watching, Cross Country Skiing, History, Family Outings, Horseback riding Wallkill Valley Rail Trail

 
  The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail stretches 12.2 miles south from the New Paltz/Rosendale town line to the Gardiner/Shawangunk town line. The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail opened officially in October 1993 as the seventeenth rail trail in New York State. In 2001 it was recognized as the first Countryside Trail in the Hudson River Valley Greenway Trail System, and in 2007 it was designated a National Recreation Trail by the National Park Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior. Wallkill Valley Rail Trail  website and more . . .
 All Ulster County Listings

 Ulster County Cross-Country Skiing

Catskill Park, Ulster, Greene, forest preserve, Attractions, Outdoor Activities, Boating, Camping, Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Hunting, Trapping, Snowmobiles Catskill Forest Preserve - Ulster

 
  "The Catskill Park is a mountainous region of public and private lands in Southeastern New York's Ulster, Greene, Delaware and Sullivan Counties. Evidence of the area's unique natural history can be seen in the impressive skyline formed by the ninety-eight peaks over 3,000 feet in elevation. Human activities such as logging, quarrying, tanning, trapping, and fishing have also shaped the Park's more recent history. Today, tourism and recreation play a prominent role in both supporting the region's economy and creating an awareness of the Catskills' ecological significance.

"The Catskill Forest Preserve is defined as the 287,500 acres of state land within the Catskill Park. These public lands are primarily forested, but also include meadows, lakes, rivers, wetlands, waterfalls, cliffs, and many species of fish, wildlife, and plant life. Afforded Constitutional protections that prevent the removal of timber, lands within New York's Forest Preserve provide an abundance of both recreational opportunity and plant and wildlife habitat. Depending on park-wide land classifications and specific unit management plans, there are a variety of opportunities for public enjoyment of the Forest Preserve, including hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing, and snowmobiling." Catskill Forest Preserve - Ulster  website and more . . .

12446, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley, Shawangunk Mountain ridge, visit Minnewaska State Park Preserve, waterfalls, New York City, Things To Do, Beach, Biking, Boat Launch, Boating, Cross-Country Skiing, Food, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Swimming Minnewaska State Park

845-256-0579 
  Minnewaska State Park Preserve is located at 5281 Route 44-55, Kerhonkson NY 12446, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley. Minnewaska State Park is situated on the dramatic Shawangunk Mountain ridge that rises more than 2,000 feet above sea level. The terrain is rugged and rocky, blanketed by dense hardwood forest encircling two lakes. Clear streams cut into valleys, incising sheer cliffs and ledges and emerging in waterfalls. Minnewaska State Park  website and more . . .

 More Hudson Valley  Cross-Country Skiing

Albany County Cross-Country Skiing Albany County
      [3 listings over 2 locations]
Columbia County Cross-Country Skiing Columbia County
      [2 listings over 2 locations]
Dutchess County Cross-Country Skiing Dutchess County
      [8 listings over 6 locations]
Greene County Cross-Country Skiing Greene County
      [3 listings over 3 locations]
Orange County Cross-Country Skiing Orange County
      [5 listings over 3 locations]
Putnam County Cross-Country Skiing Putnam County
      [2 listings over 2 locations]
Rensselaer County Cross-Country Skiing Rensselaer County
      [1 listing over 1 location]
Rockland County Cross-Country Skiing Rockland County
      [10 listings over 3 locations]
Westchester County Cross-Country Skiing Westchester County
      [25 listings over 15 locations]

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