Moon Hudson River Valley
By Nikki Goth Itoi
Third Edition, May 2012
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Hudson River Valley native Nikki Goth Itoi offers an insider’s view of this scenic New York City getaway, from touring the Rockefeller and Vanderbilt mansions to fly-fishing in the Catskills. Itoi also guides travelers to the popular wineries located along Dutchess Wine Trail, as well as the summertime fun offered by Greenwood Lake and winter recreation opportunities at Hunter Mountain. Including great travel itinerary ideas such as Weekends in the Wild, Revolutionary War Route, and Fun for Foodies, Moon Hudson River Valley gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Hudson River Valley
Enjoy the very best of Hudson River Valley with these itineraries:
- Day Trips from New York City
- Grand Estates
- Six-Day River Tour
- Fun for Foodies
- Fall Foliage Tours
- Outdoor Adventure
- Revolutionary War Route
Explore what Hudson River Valley has to offer.
Recommendations for the top sights, recreation, entertainment, hotels, and food in:
- The Lower Hudson including Westchester County and Rockland County
- The Hudson Highlands including Orange County and Putnam County
- The Mid-Hudson including Dutchess County and Ulster County
- The Western Catskills including Sullivan County and Delaware County
- The Upper Hudson including Greene County and Columbia County
- The Capital-Saratoga Region including Albany, Rensselaer County, and Saratoga County
Nikki Goth Itoi brings an insider’s perspective and a traveler’s sense of adventure to Moon Hudson River Valley. She grew up making maple syrup in the Catskills, and later studied in the Berkshires and got married in Rhinebeck. These days, she visits the region to enjoy winery tours in Dutchess County, fall foliage in the mountains, lake time in the Adirondacks, and connecting with family and friends.
A native of New York State, Nikki is also the author of Moon Baja and Moon Cabo. She has traveled throughout Mexico, Europe, Asia, and the United States for work and fun. When not on the road, Nikki finds time for swimming, backpacking, and teaching her kids to ski. She lives in Northern California with her husband, Paul, and their two sons.