The Hudson Valley is immersed in history, natural beauty, and culture. It’s known for its rich landscapes, renewable-foods, diverse culture, and it’s extensive amount of vibrant cities and historic towns. 

The Hudson Valley is defined as the valley of the Hudson River, and its neighboring communities. Divided into three regions: lower, mid and upper Hudson Valley. The lower Hudson is made up of the counties Westchester, Rockland and Putnam, the mid Hudson refers to Dutchess, Columbia, Orange, Ulster and Sullivan counties, and the upper Hudson region refers to Greene, Rensselar, and Albany County. 

Playing a huge part of American history, from the days of the early explorers to present day preservationists; the Valley has become home to the new wave generation of artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers and entrepreneurs.

The Hudson Valley region have some of the best schools in NYC suburbs, and among the nation. The Culinary Institute of America, Marist and Vassar are some of the leading academic institutions in the area. 

There is a diverse range of cuisines found here in the Hudson Valley which include Hispanic, Asian, Thai and Caribbean; along with a variety of Breweries and waterfront restaurants that encompasses the scenic surrounding areas.

The Hudson Valley offers thousands of acres of preserved land, miles of hiking trails, swimming and famous gardens to visit. 

The Hudson Valley also offers a number of outdoor recreational opportunities, like  the Hook Mountain State Park, it has about 10 miles of trails along the Hudson and is only a 40 minute drive from New York City.  The Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park is the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge which offers stunning views of the Hudson River and surrounding scenic valley. 

The Hudson Valley has captured the world’s attention, especially during  the fall season. The area’s real estate offers a wide variety of options from classic farmhouses and cottages, to country style and waterfront homes. 

The Hudson Valley is proud  to celebrate the history, architecture, landscape, and its diverse culture. 

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