Gardiner is nestled on the outer fringe of the New York metropolitan area. The landscape includes spectacular rock cliffs and evergreen forests. Whether it’s leafing and fishing in the fall, snowy walks in winter, shopping in spring, climbing, and skydiving in summer or kicking back in a cafe or the town library, Gardiner is a place you’ll return to time and time again. Stay overnight at a B&B and explore the 9,000 plus acres in Mohonk Preserve and Minnewaska State Park Preserve with over 130 miles of carriage roads and trails. Located on the Shawangunk Ridge, this area has been included in the world’s “75 Last Great Places” by The Nature Conservancy. Ranch Skydiving in the town center is world famous, and a favorite for first-time sky-divers. Enjoy the wine trail and visit Gardiner’s own award-winning wineries plus the renowned Tuthilltown Spirits Distillery. There are acres of apple and pumpkin picking, and over-flowing farm stands and markets. Treat yourself to a scenic, peaceful amble on horse, skis, bike, or foot on Gardiner’s six mile Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.
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