The Westchester Novice Hikers Meetup Group Message Board › 3 weekends in SEPTEMBER - The11th Annual HUDSON RIVER VALLEY RAMBLE!!!
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Lake Peekskill, NY
I've been posting this series of events for quite a few years now. Please check out the info below and then go to the HUDSON RIVER VALLEY RAMBLE Official Website (link below..) for specific events thoughout the Hudson River Valley (Albany to the city)
Some of the events require pre-registration with the hosting organization.
- To avoid disappointment, please make sure to check out who is sponsoring and follow their instructions to sigup.
- Some events are free, others require a fee - keep in mind that the fee you're paying helps support the individual organization and/or cause!!
Many events are on a train or bus route - you need to check the HRVR website for this info and a map.
Without futher ado.. here's the basic info - dates, description and website.
Enjoy the beautiful fall and our gorgeous Hudson River Valley!!!
11th Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble!
Over 200 exciting events are being offered this year, including hikes, bikes, walks,historic site tours, festivals, paddles and river explorations. There are activities for all ages and ability levels from Albany on down to the city. Something for EVERYONE!! I hope you'll enjoy exploring this comprehensive resource to discover all of the Ramble events offered this year!
The list of events for the 2010 Hudson River Valley Ramble is now available! Use the Search events in the box on the Ramble website, or download a PDF version of the booklet so you can scroll all the events.
Events are varied and range from festivals and fairs to paddles, hikes, bike rides and more and are
The Hudson River Valley Ramble celebrates the history, culture and natural resources of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, as well as the amazing landscape, communities, and trails throughout the region.
Many Ramble events highlight themes such as the Revolutionary War, Great Estates, Hudson River School artists, Greenway Trails and the Hudson River Estuary. Whether you are interested in a challenging hike, bike or paddle, an inspiring walk through the grounds and homes of some of the Valley’s most notable artists, authors, and Great Americans, a trip back in time to experience the significant role the region played in the Revolutionary War, or a family-fun festival or river exploration event, the Hudson River Valley Ramble truly offers something for everyone!