Your Ultimate Guide to the Best Hudson Valley Fall Foliage
Where to Find the Best Hudson Valley Fall Foliage
The Shawangunk Mountains Scenic Byway
Ulster County Farms
The Hudson Valley’s countless family-owned farms are important all year long. However, these agricultural hotspots play an especially prominent role in the region’s autumn festivities. If you’re planning to enjoy a fun event or activity while admiring Hudson Valley fall foliage, a local farm is where you’ll want to be! Get in the spirit of the season with hot apple cider, freshly baked fall pastries, hayrides, and pick-your-own pumpkin patches. You can even wander through a sprawling local orchard, picking your own fresh apples as you take in the sights!
The Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway
About an hour away from Saint Hubert’s Lodge, you’ll discover The Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway. This section of Route 28 winds through forested lands and over pristine waterways in the Central Catskills. The byway provides plenty of opportunities for hiking, fishing, and, of course, leaf peeping! It makes for an incredible drive in the fall. We recommend stopping at least once to take in the stunning, panoramic views. You’ll see plenty of colors here as well as distant, charming villages.