Discovery Trail Goes Deep into Catskill Culture & History
Greene County, N.Y. (June 13, 2016) - Striking the balance between adventure and culture, Greene County's Kaaterskill Clove Trail offers a self-guided discovery route to hiking trails, scenic vistas, restaurants, and historic sites offering surprising connections between past and present.
Recognized for its scenic beauty, the Clove's landscape has
inspired countless artists for generations, and its stops represent key places in American history. The routes connect visitors to sites in the Catskills, while looping in some of Greene County's most popular attractions, restaurants, and microbreweries.
Visitors can hop on the trail at any time, or begin at the
Greene County Visitors Center in Leeds. Explore along the Route 23A corridor, stopping to check out colorful Tannersville, Kaaterskill Falls, the highest cascading
waterfall in New York State, and hiking trails that offer a new perspective on American art.
Set your own pace with four downloadable itineraries crafted for families, leisure and adventure travelers to explore a total of 19 stops, from the Rip Van Winkle Skywalk over the Hudson River, to Hunter Mountain Ski Resort's zipline canopy tour and SkyRider experience.
Find more information and download Kaaterskill Clove
itineraries at www.greatnortherncatskills.com/Kaaterskill-Clove.
About Greene County:
Greene County is in the Great Northern Catskills, home to five of the 10 highest peaks in the Catskill Park, family resorts, outdoor adventure and year-round entertainment. Known as the nation's first wilderness, and renowned as the home of Thomas Cole's Hudson River School, the Catskills are a haven for outdoor recreation and artistic inspiration. Greene County was also the inspiration for Washington Irving's literary legend, Rip Van Winkle. Connect with the Catskills at Facebook.com/GreatNorthernCatskills, and on Twitter.com/CatskillTourism