Catskill may refer to the following in the U.S. state of New York:

  • Catskill Creek, a tributary of the Hudson River
  • Catskill Mountains
    • Catskill Park, a protected area in the above mountains
  • Catskill (town), New York, in Greene County
    • Catskill (village), New York, in the above town
  • Bark mill, also known as Catskill’s mill

Other articles related to "catskill, catskills":

Catskill Scenic Trail
... The Catskill Scenic Trail is a multi-use rail trail along the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad right-of-way in rural Delaware County, New York ... and Ulster Railroad tourist railroad via and maintained by the non-profit Catskill Revitalization Corporation ...
Catskill Escarpment
... The Catskill Escarpment, often referred to locally as just the Escarpment or the Great Wall of Manitou, and known as the Catskill Front to geologists, is the range forming the northeastern corner of the Catskill ... the Hudson Valley to summits above 3,000 feet (910 m) in elevation, including three of the Catskill High Peaks, with almost no foothills ... The Escarpment was the first area of the Catskills to attract the interest of European settlers ...
Thomas B. Cooke - Biography
... he moved to New York about 1802 and settled in Catskill ... He was elected president of what is now the Catskill National Bank in 1813 and took the oath of office as justice of the peace on September 2, 1818 ... He became one of the incorporators of the Catskill Canajoharie Railway on April 19, 1830 and was a member of the New York State Assembly in 1838 and 1839 ...
Balsam Mountain (Ulster County, New York)
... Balsam Mountain is one of the High Peaks of the Catskill Mountains in the U.S ... Preserve, part of the Big Indian-Beaverkill Range Wilderness Area in the Catskill Park ... especially peakbaggers seeking membership in the Catskill Mountain 3500 Club, since along with Slide, Panther and Blackhead it is one of four peaks that members must climb twice ...