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Fall on Hunter Mountain!

Fall on Hunter Mountain!

The Catskills offer some of the greatest views, especially in autumn, when the leaves start changing. Albergo Allegria is nestled amongst some of Windham’s prettiest fall foliage. From outstanding service to breathtaking landscapes, you’ll quickly understand what makes us one of the finest Catskills hotels.

Fall Foliage around Catskills hotels

Enjoy a relaxing drive through the beautiful Catskills as the fall foliage paints impressive sceneries in your car windows. We recommend “The Notch” on Route 24 between Lexington and Shandaken, to explore a winding 12-mile road through deep between the mountains into some vibrant foliage. Go off the beaten path there’s no wrong turn on a scenic drive. From vibrant yellows, oranges, and reds, to picturesque landscapes, you’ll find your fill of autumn scenery around Albergo Allegria, one of the best Catskills hotels.

Skyride at Hunter Mountain

Hunter Mountain’s scenic Skyride features a state-of-the-art lift up to the 3,200-foot summit of Hunter Mountain in the comfort of a six-passenger Kaatskill Flyer detachable chairlift. From there, you can enjoy amazing views of the high peaks of the northern Catskills. On a clear day, you’ll see even see the distant Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Although the Skyride provides breathtaking views, we suggest taking time to immerse yourself into the vibrant foliage of Hunter Mountain once you get to the top.

Hiking Trails

If you’re looking for a new hike into the fall foliage, you’ll enjoy the hiking trails around Hunter Mountain. From simple scenic trails to challenging hikes up the Hunter Mountain Fire Tower, all while staying at one of the best Catskills hotels, Albergo Allegria. Whether you choose a short trail or a few hour-long trails, you’ll quickly find yourself amongst the colorful hillsides as you experience some of the best fall foliage in Upstate New York. If you’re up for a challenge, take on New York’s highest fire tower, this moderate 4-mile hike will take you up to 4,040 feet. At the top, you’ll be blown away by the spectacular views of autumn’s colors stretching for miles.

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