Upstate new York Day Trips from Nyc

One-Day Upstate New York Excursions from Nyc

New York is flooded with breathtaking landscapes. We return to New York City in the evening, where the tour ends. Daylight savings time in New York City **TOP SELLER, DON'T DELAY**. Drive inland from New York and enjoy farm to table dining, enchanting B&B's and lots of outdoor activities. Leaving The Big City for a day and travel inland to enjoy the varied terrain.

One-Day Upstate New York Excursions from NYC

Those fast and simple Upstate New York getaways are great day trips that meet a number of interests - plus, you don't need a vehicle to get to one of them. Do a spiritual spiritual recreation at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch in Woodbourne. Soothe the mind while stretching your extremities while visiting the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch.

Full and half day prices ranging from $25-50 per day per student includes meal, Yogakurse and use of the ashrams equipment. There is no immediate shuttle service to the Ranch, but the organisation suggests taking the Short Line Expressway from Port Authority to Monticello, New York, and buying a train to Woodbourne.

Tell the chauffeur to dropped you off at the Citgo petrol pump in Woodbourne, where someone will meet you at the yoga ranch. Embark on an outing at Bear Mountain State Park in Bear Mountain. It' an exciting game. There is nothing like trampling around in the fresh, cool alpine wind to heat up your rotten body in summer.

The Bear Mountain State Park is open all year round from 8 a.m. to sunset and features walking, cycling and cross-country ski-tracks. Improve your triple salchow or just wow your friends by remaining erect on the Bear Mountain Ice Rink. There is a day bus service to Bear Mountain State Park from the port authority's bus station every day.

Alternatively, take the Metro to Peekskill on the Hudson Metro to Bear Mountain for a 15-minute taxi journey. In Peekskill you can savour the small-town charms. The Hudson River is a small city on the Hudson River where Mother Nature, art and artisan cooking meet by rail just an hours drive inland. Walk the Riverfront Green Park, littered with footpaths and sculpture by locals, or walk the 12-mile Briarcliff-Peekskill Trailway, part of Westchester's Blue Mountain Reserve.

If you' ve had an appetizer, get warmed up while eating at the popular Birdsall House Gastropub or a PT (or three) at the Peekskill Brewery during their cheerful "Hoppy Hours". "Visit the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, which will reopen from a cold spell on 31 January, or enjoy the Paramount Hudson Valley Theatre for fun with the arts, theatre, dancing and children's programmes.

Use the Hudson Metro North Railroad line to Peekskill. Dine locally and hung out on the estate at the Stone Barns Centre in Pocantico Hills. There''s no stopping the Stone Barns Centre for Food and Agriculture crew in the chill. The four seasons farmyard, study centre and gastronomic location is an haven of sustainable development and old-fashioned farming pleasure.

Stone-Barns provides both a winter family farming tour and free cold weather weekend trips that includes greenhouses and wildlife shelters. To ensure the best possible farming to dinner experiences (even if it's not child-friendly), book a Blue Hill in Stone Barns, managed by head cook and conservationist Dan Barber. It' expensive - the degustation meal costs $218 per head, with a short three-course meal available at the BBQ for $58 - but a one-of-a-kind eating sensation with most of the meals purchased from the farmyard itself.

Use the North Hudson Metro line to Tarrytown. Take a cab from the railway terminal to Stone Barns.

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