by Karen-Lee Ryan, Mark A. Wood

25 Mountain Bike Tours in the Hudson Valley

Few areas have more to offer the mountain biker than the Hudson

Valley, with its scenic beauty, intriguing history, and abundance of

trails, organizations, and facilities created expressly for fat tire

devotees.  By Peter Kick

Four-season guide to 60 of the best trails from

New York City to Albany. By Peter Kick       

Biking Hudson Valley

Great information on Biking in the Hudson Valley.​

Bridging the Hudson Valley

History of the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge.

Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Hudson Valley

native Carleton Mabee, this book is the comprehensive history

of the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge and

its connecting rail lines. By Carleton Mabee

Cycling the Hudson Valley

A Guide to History, Art, and Nature on the East and West Sides

of the Majestic Hudson River (Parks & Trails New York) 

Hidden History of the Mid-Hudson Valley

The Albany Post Road was the vital artery between New York City

and the state capital in Albany in the eighteenth and nineteenth

centuries. By Carney Rhinevault, Tatiana Rhinevault

HV Heritage: Rails Under the Mighty Hudson

The Story of the Hudson Tubes, the Pennsylvania Tunnels,

and Manhattan Transfer (Edition 2) (Paperback)

Hudson Valley In The Ice Age

Join Professors Robert and Johanna Titus on a tour of the

Hudson River Valley and see this familiar region with new eyes

—the eyes of geologists who see a half-mile-thick sheet of ice

grinding its way down the valley and overtopping

even the highest mountains. 

Off the Beaten Path

Off the Beaten Path: A Travel Guide to More Than 1000 Scenic

and Interesting Places Still Uncrowded and Inviting spotlights

over 1,000 of the United States' most overlooked

must- see destinations.  By Readers Digest.

Hudson Valley Curiosities

The Sinking of the Steamship Swallow, the Poughkeepsie Seer,

the UFOs of the Celtic Stone Chambers and More.

By Allison Guertin Marchese

The Hudson: An Illustrated Guide to the Living River

The Hudson River is one of the great rivers of the world.

Not long ago, it was seriously threatened by pollution. Now

it is coming back to life as a waterway where fish and birds

can thrive again—a river valued once more by communities

along its shores. By Stephen Stanne

Hudson Valley Book Trail

Want to go on a tour on spots for a good read? This is it.

The Hudson River Valley, from the Capital Region south

to where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean. By Irwin Richman        

Lost Towns of the Hudson Valley

This is the story of five towns located in New York's Hudson

River Valley met their demise as quickly as they were

established. by Wesley Gottlcok, Barbara H. Gottlcok

The Hudson Valley is a breath of fresh air: explore historic

estates, hike wild mountain terrain, and bask in small-town

charm with Moon Hudson Valley & the Catskills. By Niki Goth Itoi    

Whether you are an ardent hiker or prefer to enjoy the great

outdoors from your living-room armchair, Jeffrey Perls has

written the essential guidebook on one of the most majestic

natural areas of the eastern United States-the Hudson River.

A Guide to Biking and Hiking. By Jeffrey Perles

Rail-Trails Southern New England

Looking for a level trail where you can enjoy a brisk fitness

walk, bike ride, or stroll with the family? All across the country,

unused railroad corridors have been converted

to public, multi-use trails.

Running the Long Path

A 350-mile Journey of Discovery in New York's Hudson Valley

(Excelsior Editions) An ultrarunner’s fast-paced narrative into

the wilds of New York’s Hudson Valley, as he attempts to set

a new record for completing the Long Path, a 350-mile

hiking trail that links New York City and Albany. By Kenneth A. Posner

Sketchbook Traveler: Hudson Valley

Through drawing, painting, and journal keeping, The

Sketchbook Traveler guides readers toward more mindful

engagement with the world around them, deepening knowledge

and enriching their personal experience in ways that make every

day an adventure.By James Lancel McElhinney.