The Sullivan Catskills Way of Life | Branded Content | Community Pages | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine

Perched in the Catskill Mountains' Upper Delaware Valley, the Sullivan Catskills has beckoned visitors in search of fresh air, exceptional fishing, and the ultimate in relaxation since the 1800s.

April marks the start of the fly fishing season—the perfect time to try your hand in the world-famous Beaverkill and Willowemoc creeks. Hikers of all levels can find an enjoyable elevation, from challenging trails in Balsam Lake Wild Mountain and Willowemoc Wild Forest to gentle paths on the O&W Rail Trail. Grab a rental from Fortress Bikes in Hurleyville or Cinder Track in Mountain Dale and tour the sights on two wheels.

Interested in a more leisurely pace? The Dove Trail's sculptures, created in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock festival at Bethel Woods, will guide you through charming main streets chock-full of independent retail shops, arts venues, farm-to-table eateries, and craft beverage makers.

And when it comes to finding a place to rest your head, the mountain views set the stunning scene—from luxurious resorts to boutique hotels, cozy inns, and campgrounds under the star-strewn skies.

Download the Sullivan Catskills Go! mobile app to start planning your trip

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