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North Hudson, NY

North Hudson
Photo by Peter Mends

The Town of North Hudson is carved out of the rugged Adirondack forest. Its mountainous, unspoiled terrain is home to cold sparkling streams and crystal-clear freshwater ponds and lakes.

This remote region supports everything an outdoor enthusiast could ask for, including abundant opportunities for hunting, fishing, and hiking. An established network of groomed snowmobile trails offers a unique chance to experience the beauty of winter in the backwoods.

Tour a historic Adirondack Great Camp dating from 1800’s. Drive along the scenic Blue Ridge and take in the unspoiled beauty of monumental natural vistas. North Hudson is a treasure trove of secluded natural resources and tranquility.

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North Hudson, NY Listings
Adirondacks Jellystone Park ™ Camping Resort North Hudson, NY
Adirondacks Jellystone Park ™ Camping Resort
Adirondack Jellystone Park Camp Resort provides a cozy family camping atmosphere where "Kids Camp FREE". Appearances from Yogi Bear and Boo Boo provide an experience no other resort can compete with!
Blue Ridge Falls North Hudson, NY
Photo by John Holmes
Blue Ridge Falls features several small, turbulent drops, and is located on a stretch of The Branch, which eventually empties into the Schroon River.
Grace Peak (formerly known as East Dix) North Hudson, NY
Grace Peak (formerly known as East Dix)
Grace Peak is the 42nd highest of New York's High Peaks, with an elevation of 4,012 ft.
Hough Peak North Hudson, NY
Hough Peak
Hough Peak is the 23rd highest mountain in New York State, with an elevation of 4,400 ft.
Macomb Mountain North Hudson, NY
Macomb Mountain
Macomb Mountain is the 21st highest mountain in New York State, with an elevation of 4,405 ft.
Nippletop Mountain North Hudson, NY
Nippletop Mountain
Nippletop Mountain is the 13th highest mountain in New York State with an elevation of 4,620 ft.
South Dix Mountain North Hudson, NY
South Dix Mountain
South Dix Mountain is the 37th-highest of New York's High Peaks, with an elevation of 4,060 ft.