Ulster County

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Ulster County is a county located in the state of New York. Ulster County sits in New York state’s Mid-Hudson Region of the Hudson Valley. As of the 2000 census, the population of Ulster County is 177,749. It is the northernmost county and largest county (by land area) in the New York Metropolitan Area. The county seat and only large city is Kingston. Ulster County is named for the Irish province of Ulster, then an earldom of the Duke of York (later James II).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulster_County

Aug 8th 2010 Sunday

Mount Tremper

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Located on Route 40 south of Phoenicia is the Mount Tremper trailhead parking area. It is a 3 mile hike to the Mount Tremper Fire Tower (about 6 miles all together). Expect the hike to the fire tower to take about 2 hours (maybe more depending on your conditioning). The trai [...]

Nov 20th 2006 Monday

Schalk’s Falls to Devils Kitchen

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Schalk's Falls is a roadside waterfall and these photos were taken from the bridge that crosses the waterway of Plattekill Creek. Houses (Private Property) are on both sides of Schalk's Falls. The height of Schalk's Falls is 17 feet and it is located at GPS coordinates: 42.1 [...]