|Ride Time||06:45 w/o stops|
|Endpoints||Fishkill, NY, Fishkill, NY|
|Submitted By||Ed Conde|
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The Hudson River Valley was inhabited by Dutch settlers. As a result, names like Catskill (Kaat’s River), Fishkill, Tappan Zee (Tappan’s Sea), Rhinebeck, Plattekill, and Amsterdam. Later the Hudson became an important transportation corridor to Quebec and the Great Lakes.
This ride visits the walkway over the Hudson and some great roads. Highlights include Glasco Turnpike, Cauterskill Road, Columbia CR-10, Columbia CR-8, Columbia CR-7, Dutchess Academy Hill Rd, Dutchess Milan Hill Rd, Dutchess Turkey Hill Rd, and the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.
Lunch is at the New York Restaurant in Catskill.
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