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GlenCooper’s Cave

Waterfall and cave featured in Last of the Mohicans

mapMarkerGrey Cooper's Cave, Saratoga Ave, S...

Sugarloaf Hill

Dutch named hill where Revolutionary War fort stood

mapMarkerGrey Sugarloaf Hill, Philipstown, N...

Danskammer Point

Ancient Lenape ritual site

mapMarkerGrey Danskammer Point, Newburgh, NY...

Spook Rock

Legendary rock that is fabled resting place of two Native American lovers

mapMarkerGrey Spook Rock Road, Hudson, NY, U...

Rondout Reservoir

Catskill reservoir where three hamlets stood before being flooded

mapMarkerGrey Rondout Reservoir, New York, U...

Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct

Aqueduct designed by Brooklyn Bridge designer, John A. Roebling

mapMarkerGrey Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct...

Pratt Rock

America's first Mount Rushmore

mapMarkerGrey Pratt Rocks, Prattsville, NY, ...

Bedford Oak

500 year old beautiful white oak tree

mapMarkerGrey The Bedford Oak, Hook Road, Be...

New York State Capitol

Architectural masterpiece designed by era's most prominent architects

mapMarkerGrey New York State Capitol, Washin...

Empire State Plaza

Landmark plaza that was built between 1965 and 1976 for the cost of $2 billion dollars

mapMarkerGrey Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller...