Catskill Mountain House

The Catskill Mountain House was a famous hotel near Palenville, New York in the Catskill Mountains overlooking the Hudson River Valley, built in 1824. In its prime, from the 1850s to the turn of the century, it was visited by three U.S. presidents (U.S. Grant, Chester A. Arthur and Theodore Roosevelt) and the power elite of the day.

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Catskill Mountain House - History - Today
... The state now operates a large public campground, North-South Lake, near the site of the hotel ... The Mountain House site is an easy walk from it along the popular Escarpment Trail ...
Ruidoso, New Mexico
... A mountain resort town, Ruidoso lies in the rugged Sierra Blanca mountain range of southcentral New Mexico, where it merges with the Sacramento Mountains to the south ... of Ski Apache, the Mescalero Apache Indian-owned ski resort on the 12,000-foot (3,700 m) mountain Sierra Blanca ... The tribe also operates the Inn of the Mountain Gods resort in the area, which includes a casino, hotel, and golf course ...
Kaaterskill Falls - History - Human History - Hudson River School
... published in 1819 "Rip Van Winkle." Prior to that time Americans tended to regard the mountains and valleys of upstate New York as an unsafe neighborhood ... took a steamboat ride up the Hudson, stopping at West Point then going north to Catskill, NY where he ventured into Kaaterskill Clove in October 1825 ... to the Clove, Kaaterskill Falls and Charles Beach's Catskill Mountain House became something of a pilgrimage ...
King In The Mountain
... A king in the mountain, king under the mountain or sleeping hero is a prominent motif in folklore and mythology that is found in many folktales and ...
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... during sea-floor spreading are often referred to as undersea mountain ranges due to their bathymetric prominence ...

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