It is hard to believe that less than 90 minutes from mid-town Manhattan lies 250,000 of forever-wild acres encompassing 35 peaks and 350 miles of hiking trails. From biking to hiking, from kayaking to wind surfing, from hitting the sweet spot on one of our 12 golf courses to horseback riding and fly-fishing, Ulster County is truly a four-season recreation area. Moreover, if all you want is to stroll along a back lane and view the fall colors we have rural vistas, which, well, will just knock you out with their beauty. The winter provides great downhill and cross-country skiing, cozy lodges with fireplaces, ice skating and more. Come visit us. If you have a question, call 1-800-342-5826 or email We are here to help you.

REConnect Interactive Recreation Map One of the major attractions in Ulster County is hiking its more than 350 miles of trails. Check out Ulster County's Recreation Map for details


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Watch the video: Sam's Point Preserve

Watch the video: Walkway Across the Hudson opening ceremony

Watch the video: Ver Nooy Kill Falls

Watch the video: Hike to Bonticou Crag