The 315-mile river flowing from north to south of eastern New York serves as a political boundary between New Jersey and New York. Named after Henry Hudson, that explored it back in 1609. Hudson River had a very remarkable history. To this day, it became an iconic landmark for all generations to see. Along this overwhelming body of water lays several parks and historical sites to see, such as the Hudson River Islands State Park, the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s home and presidential library, the Walkway over the Hudson, Bannerman’s Castle, and Hudson Highlands State Park. In Manhattan, Fort Tryon Park with the Cloisters. The World Trade Center; South of the river’s mouth in New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty, located on Liberty Island.
This iconic river can be traversed at several points via ferries, bridges, and tunnels. Major bridges such as George Washington Bridge, Tappan Zee Bridge, Bear Mountain Bridge, Newburgh -Beacon Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge and many more, visit this link to see the whole list of the crossing of the Hudson River.
“The Hudson is surrounded by incredible beauty. In fact, so much so that it was nicknamed “America’s Rhine” because it was being compared to the popular area surrounding the German Rhine River.”
With an average depth of 30 ft and its deepest point of 202 ft, the Hudson River is still considered smaller than other major rivers in America. Interestingly, with its vast area, it contains many different species of fish. But due to the polluted areas of this river, it is not advisable to consume fishes from the river. This river served as an important trading route throughout history, making most of the leading industries established around it.
Check out this Walkthrough video as Homeless Penthouse gives us a biking tour around Westside Highway and a glimpse of a magnanimous sunset at Hudson River, NYC. You might also want to check out this brand new DJI Pocket 2 Gimbal Camera used in this Walkthrough video If you’d want HD videos for your next vlogs and tours.