Explore the Trails of the Catskill Interpretive Center
Join the Catskill Center's Executive Director, Jeff Senterman at the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center (CIC) for a walk with on the site's trail network. There are three short trails on site: An approximately 1/2 mile long, level loop trail around the perimeter of the site (also built to ADA accessibility standards); An approximately 1/4 mile long trail that climbs to a bluff overlooking the CIC; and an approximately 1/2 mile long trail that goes to the bank of the Esopus River. Depending on group size, ability and weather conditions, we'll do our best to cover all three trails.
Get to know more about the Catskill Interpretive Center and the work of the Catskill Center; our plans for the future of the CIC; and learn about some of the exciting work happening at the CIC and Catskill Center throughout the Catskills. We'll finish our walk with light refreshments and snacks back at the CIC.
The Catskill Interpretive Center is an initiative of the Catskill Center where the Catskill Center works in partnership with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to manage and operate the site.
Please let us know you're coming by RSVP'ing with a free ticket!