Native American communities were forced out of The Catskills by the Indian Removal Act, signed into law in 1830 by President Andrew Jackson.
No human should be prepared to die on this hill, but here we are.
This short moderate loop over Vroman’s Nose climaxes at a stunning series of outrageously scenic ledges.
This short, strange hike leads through one of the largest quarries in The Catskills.
Women hikers often face pushback for heading into the wilderness alone. It’s time to call it what it is.
While best known for its iconic landscapes, The Catskills area has also been the site of important and often overlooked stories of Black entrepreneurs, entertainers and vacationers.
The Fried Chicken War is quality ding-dong Catskills drama. Oh, the shade!
Do you know where Bee Line Mountain is in The Catskills? You’re about to find out…
I had no idea what I’d find on this unsung trail. I was blown away.
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