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The Hudson Valley has been a peak four-season destination for more than a century, including hiking, orchards, lighthouses, river parks, waterfalls, dining, art galleries, and architecture. Discover it for yourself.

 
 
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Located just down the block on Warren Street.

Weekend Rentals are available Friday-Sunday by appointment or just stop by the Athens Kayak & Canoe Launch between 9:00-5:30.

Weekdays can be scheduled too!

518-312-7729

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Hudson River History & Lore
A wealth of unique historical information on the Valley. Use as a resource to learn more about the area and to help plan your visit.

HudsonRiver.com

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Charter Cruises


Celebrate your wedding, retirement, fundraiser, or corporate event on the water. Vessels range from 15 to 135 passengers.

hudsoncruises.com

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Table to Farm Tours
Daylong tours of farms throughout the Catskills, curated evening experiences, and custom tours.

@tabletofarmstours
(607) 218-4805

The Thomas Cole House
A founder of the Hudson River School of painting, visit Cole’s historic home and studios in the landscape that inspired it all.

thomascole.org

Olana
Frederic Church’s family home overlooking the river. A leader of the Hudson River School and world traveller, the interiors of the main house look as they did in the 1890s.

olana.org

Kaaterskill Falls
Dropping in two tiers over 260 feet, Kaaterskill Falls has been one of the region's most popular destinations for centuries

greatnortherncatskills.com/outdoors/kaaterskill-falls

The Hudson-Athens Lighthouse


An 1874 landmark that’s still in service today.

Come aboard and take a tour by Emily Brunner, who lived in the lighthouse in the 1930's and ‘40's when her father who was the light-keeper.

hudsoncruises.com/lighthouse-tour

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Hudson History GeoTour
This app features 5 geo tours for a step back in time on a self-guided exploration of the Hudson Valley.

Tours Include: Hudson's Early Days; Hudson Fire Houses; Churches of Hudson; Cedar Park Cemetery Tour; Insiders Tour of Hudson

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Historic Hudson
A walking tour of the unique architectural heritage of the City of Hudson, NY including intact 18th-, 19th-, and early 20th-century buildings—a veritable dictionary of American architectural style.

historichudson.org
518.828.1785

Storm King Art Center
A 500-acre outdoor museum located where visitors experience large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissions under open sky.

stormking.org

Art Omi
A not-for-profit arts center,120-acre sculpture and architecture park and gallery, and residency program for international artists, writers, translators, musicians, architects and dancers.

artomi.org

Windham Mountain
The resort offers big mountain skiing, hiking, golf, skyrides, biking, a full spa, and more.

windhammountain.com

Hunter Mountain
Year round events including yoga, music, and food festivals, zip lines, fly fishing, and, of course, winter skiing.

huntermtn.com

A guide to Historical Properties including the Van Cortland and Philipsburg Manors, the Rockefeller Estate, and Washington Irving’s Sunnyside.

hudsonvalley.org

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Hudson River Boat Tours


From Albany or Kingston, tour the coastline and historical architecture from the water.

hudsonrivercruises.com
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A County-by-County comprehensive guide to our National Heritage Area including history, natural beauty, culture, and the renowned food and farmer’s market scene.

travelhudsonvalley.com