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Mountain Towns

The scenic beauty of our Catskill Mountain towns, high above the Hudson Valley, are the center for outdoor adventure in Greene County. They are not only enjoyed by its residents, but also bring in many visitors from New York City, Boston, the Hudson Valley, the Capital Region and travelers from around the globe.

Windham and Hunter Mountains provide premier skiing during the cold winter months and hold events like the Windham World Cup Bike Races during the summer. In addition, there is hiking, ziplining, birdwatching and a number of other outdoor activities to satisfy adventurous types. Many of the towns offer thriving Main Streets with unique shops, local produce, cafes and restaurants to enjoy.

Attractions

  • Greene County’s mountain towns offer the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Hunter and Windham provide four-season recreation like hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding and camping.  Festivals and events are held throughout the year.

Hunter

The Town of Hunter is located on the southernmost border of Greene County, surrounded by high peaks within the Catskill Park. Formed in 1813, the town contains of the villages of Hunter and Tannersville, and the hamlets of Haines Falls

Windham

Nestled in Northeast corner of the Great Northern Catskills, Windham is a four-seasons destination with varied activities for our family visitors.  The Town of Windham includes an historic main street though Windham itself, and the surrounding hamlets of East Windham, Hensonville, and North Settlement, as

Prattsville

The town of Prattsville is located in the northwest corner of Greene County, surrounded by the Catskill mountains. It borders the towns of Ashland to its east and Lexington to its south.  Schoharie County borders Prattsville to its north with

Lexington

The town of Lexington officially became a town in 1813. Formed from Windham, Lexington was home to several Revolutionary War soldiers, including Silas Fowler, a Captain who fought in the Lexington – Concord Battle. He and a band of Revolutionary

Jewett

The town of Jewett was established in 1849 and is bounded on the north by the towns of Windham and Ashland and on the west and south by Lexington and Hunter.  The town got its name from the former justice

Halcott

The Town of Halcott is located in the southwest corner of Greene County.  To visit this town you must pass through Ulster or Delaware County, as no roads cross the mountains to connect it directly with the rest of Greene

Ashland

The Town of Ashland was founded in 1848.  In the early 17th and 18th century, farmers traveled alone to begin clearing land and building their homes, sending for their families to follow after they were established.  Harnessing horses and oxen

Mountain Towns in Greene County New Baltimore Coxsackie Athens Catskill Durham Greenville Cairo Windham Ashland Prattsville Jewett Hunter Lexington Halcott
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