20627
New York
Hiking in the Catskills
Experience the Hudson River Valley on foot as local experts share the wonders of the Catskill Mountains, hiking to secluded ponds, breathtaking vistas and meandering rivers.
Program No. 20627RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
799
Getting There
See travel details and required documents

At a Glance

The Catskill Mountains are home to a network of hiking trails that lead visitors on a fascinating geologic journey. On your adventure in this storied area of America, begin each morning with a nutritious breakfast before setting out for the day. Study local geology and ecology along the trail as you trek to secluded ponds teeming with wildlife. Gaze out over Slide Mountain, the Hudson River Valley and other breathtaking vistas. Test your courage on an optional cable bridge across the Neversink River, unwind with evening performances, hear tales of local history and much more.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Spirited
Hiking up to 10.4 miles on maintained trails, uneven terrain; elevation gains up to 2,000 feet.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Hike past local flora and fauna as you explore a variety of trails, from old coach roads to escarpment trails.
  • Explorer the history of the area including the use of towers as a method of fire prevention and a presentation about times past.
  • Meet local artists and learn from visitors who will teach us about wild animals of the Catskills.





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