The Hudson Highlands are part of a larger chain of famous mountains—the Appalachians—running unbroken 2,100 miles from Maine to Georgia.
Hudson River Valley

Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve

Image Credit: Greg Miller

At the base of the Hudson Highland State Park’s east side, the Hudson River is at its narrowest and deepest on its 315-mile journey to the Atlantic Ocean. Through thickly wooded natural areas and over steep and rocky slopes, visitors to Hudson Highlands State Park enjoy viewpoints revealing miles and miles of the River’s pronounced curves.

During the Revolutionary War, these high points provided strategic advantage to both sides, each equally determined to win the rugged mountains.

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