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The Mid Hudson Bridge is a toll suspension bridge that crosses the Hudson River and connects Poughkeepsie with Highland. It was opened in 1930 by then governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor. There is a pedestrian/ bike walkway. The toll is $2.50 when...More
What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends. We wanted to take a hike but were unsure of where to go. Then we heard about the Mid-Hudson Walk Way. Beautiful views, nice easy 4.6 mile walk and it was free. What's not...More
Good single lane bridge. However in obvious need of painting and preventive maintenance. Also, the $1.50 toll going East is annoying. But like most things in New York, there si a tax or cost for everything.
We took this bridge as a part of the Walkway over the Hudson loop trail. At the middle of the bridge you can listen to music produced by an artist who used various parts of the bridge to make. So creative and cool to listen...More
Take the full walk. Over the Walkway over the Hudson; then the elevator or walk down into the park or the town; then onto the mid-hudson bridge; across this bridge, then get back to where you started. Several miles but a true pleasure crossing the...More
If you are in the area, you must stop here and experience the view. We walked across from the West side of the river, on an unseasonably warm and sunny day. If we had more time, we would have explored the East side of the...More