Hudson RiverfrontThe Hudson Riverfront
It has been designed by the state that the Walkway will be located in the immediate vicinity of the stream on a continuous 30-foot broad trail from the top of Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge.
It has been designed by the state that the walkways would be located in the immediate vicinity of the stream on a continuous 30-foot broad trail from the top of Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge. Around the clock, the Walkkway offers free entrance for the general population. Its objectives include the conservation of the landscape value of the footpath and the application of state provisions on the design and use of the footpath.
Learn more about Hudson River:
The Hudson has a rich and varied range of wildlife, from its beginnings as a crystal -clear river that flows through the beautiful Adirondack landscape to its entry into New York Harbour as an area of estuaries with striated perch, bluish shrimps and even deer. At the mouth of the river there are many species of flora and fauna that rely on the water for important recreational activity such as breeding and hibernation.
Most of DEC's work at the mouth is co-ordinated by the Hudson River Estate Program. This program works to preserve and recreate Hudson's exceptional nature and landscape and mysticism. Concrete means of reaching these aims are set out in the aims of the estuarine programme action programme, the latest fine-tuning of the estuarine action plan published in May 1996.
Today, the Hudson's water flows more cleanly than it has for many years. Many years of work by committed scholars, civil servants and water enthusiasts have opened the banks of the Hudson to swim, fish and canoe. Sign-up for the Hudson Valley Almanac, an e-mail newsletter with week-long reports of wildlife observation, and set off to discover the Hudson Valley.
From a picturesque vantage point you can enjoy the views from a picturesque vantage point or take a pleasure cruiser through its water. They probably concur with the author Nathaniel Parker Willis that the Hudson is indeed one of America's great streams and "a patch of land with soul".
Learn more about Hudson River: The Hudson River Almanac - The Hudson River Almanac is an annual magazine with scientific observation from people who are enthusiastic about what they see on the Hudson and are interested in exchanging their experience. The Almanac - Current Year's Issues of the Hudson River Almanac - The Almanac is an annual magazine with scientific observation from people who are enthusiastic about what they see on the Hudson and are interested in exchanging their experience.
The Hudson River Monatliche Beschreibungen des Hudson River - A set of 12 months' travel guide to what you can see on or around the Hudson River, written by DEC explorer and Hudson Valley Specialist, Tom Lake. Introducing the Hudson River State and Federal Government Programs - Summaries of the Hudson River State and Federal Government Programs.