The Hudson Valley Region
Numerous towns and cities call the Hudson Valley region home, from Newburgh to Kingston to Rhinebeck. With its distinctive balance of nature and culture, there’s no shortage of things to see, do, and experience in the Hudson Valley area. Hudson River towns, like Beacon and Poughkeepsie, enjoy waterfront views and activities, and scenic hikes and bike trails are readily available to the towns that are nestled among the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains, like Woodstock and New Paltz.
Fishkill, Wappingers Falls, & Hopewell Junction
An exploration of Southwestern Dutchess County.
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A look at two up-and-coming Hudson Valley locations, Catskill and Hudson.
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Featured here—sheepdogs and shepherding at a day of the Northeast Border Collie Association's Fall Foliage Championships in Old Chatham.
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A Q&A with Sharyn Richards of Richmor Aviation.
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The little city that could continues its entrepreneur-driven renaissance.
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Dutchess County is full of culture, cuisine, and commerce. Elissa Garay shows us where to go.
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History and modernity intermingle in the shadow of the Shawangunks.
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Where History and Nature Meet
Three historic communities that straddle the southeastern Dutchess and northeastern Putnam Counties along the Connecticut border.
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Hudson Valley Counties
Chronogram’s coverage of the Hudson Valley spans nine counties that line each side of the Hudson River. The northern region of the Hudson Valley extends into Columbia County’s scenic farmland and borders the Berkshires in Massachusetts. The southern Hudson Valley region spans through Putnam County and Northern Westchester, and the mid Hudson Valley includes Ulster and Dutchess Counties, which are connected by the Walkway Over the Hudson, the longest, elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.
Hudson Valley Towns and Cities
Every town and city in the Hudson Valley area has something different to offer. From panoramic views to acclaimed restaurants to world-class museums, a trip to any Hudson Valley town is a singularly rewarding experience. Take some time to explore our coverage of the towns and cities of the Hudson Valley, and discover the different cultural elements that they contribute to the region as a whole.