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Hudson Valley Resort & Spa:
Explore the Outdoors

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The Hudson Valley Resort & Spa is just minutes from some of the most exciting trail networks, parks and wildlife preserves in the Northeast, offering endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.  Minnewaska State Park, the Mohonk Preserve, Sundown Wild Forest, Sam’s Point Preserve, and the Catskill Mountains offer visitors hundreds of miles of scenic natural landscapes to explore year-round, whether hiking, mountain-biking, or cross-country skiing. 

Hudson Valley Minnewaska Resort

Minnewaska State Park

Situated on the dramatic Shawangunk Ridge, Minnewaska features waterfalls, crystalline sky lakes, clear streams, dense hardwood forests, incising sheer cliffs and ledges opening to beautiful views.  Visitors enjoy rock climbing, 35 miles of carriageways and 25 miles of footpaths while hiking, biking, cross country skiing, and swimming.

Hudson Valley Mohonk Resort

The Mohonk Preserve

This famous climbing destination encompasses 7,000 acres of impressive cliffs, forests, streams and ponds, the best technical rock-climbing in the Northeast (The Trapps), 30 miles of carriage roads, and 40 miles of hiking trails. 

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Hudson Valley Catskills Resort

Sundown Wild Forest

The 29,000 acre Sundown Wild Forest, which includes the formerly private Lundy Estate, now offers the public miles of gorgeous hiking trails and opportunities for hunting, fishing and camping.  Home to many threatened species, terrain varies from deep forest bottomland to rocky ridges with wind-twisted Pitch Pine forests.

Hudson Valley Sam's Point Resort

Sam’s Point Preserve

Perched atop the highest point of the Shawangunk Ridge, Sam’s Point Preserve shelters one of the best examples of ridgetop dwarf pine barrens in the world. Home to 40 rare plant and animal species, the preserve features cliffs, ice-caves, summits, and plateaus that form a unique landscape of extraordinary ecological significance.

Hudson Valley Catskills Resort

The Catskills

700,000 acres of pristine wilderness and rugged mountains legally declared “forever wild”, the Catskills offer endless opportunities for outdoor adventure, including over 300 miles of hiking and muli-use trails, primitive camping, canoeing, hunting, fishing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, cross-country and downhill skiing and more!