Eco-Tourism On The Hudson

The opportunities to enjoy nature near the Inn are varied and abundant. Mountains, lakes, rivers and wildlife are a big part of the attraction of visiting the Hudson River Valley year round.

Our four distinct seasons can be enjoyed in a range of ways from indoor snuggling by the fireplace in winter to summer days in the pool. And if you choose to leave the Inn and it’s grounds here are some of our favorite suggestions for nature related activites.

The Appalachian Trail is America’s longest footpath running from Maine to Georgia. It’s lowest point is approximately 3 miles to the South of the Inn at the Bear Mountain Bridge. For more information on hiking, hours, etc. check this link.

Bear Mountain Bridge with Anthony’s Nose to the East

Bear Mountain State Park is 3 miles from the Inn. Myriad outdoor and seasonal activities include a zoo, ski trails, outdoor ice skating, a spectacular view and much more! Click here to visit the website with all the information.

Anthony’s Nose is across river from the Inn and offers a grand view of the surrounding area.  This 6.6 mile hike suggested by leads to some of the best views and varied terrain in New York state.

Perkins Memorial Drive in Bear Mountain State park leads to the Perkins Memorial Tower from which spectacular views including the skyline of New York City can be seen.

Views of New York City, West Point and the lower Hudson River Valley