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View of Breakneck Ridge and Bannerman Island from Rt. 218
Hudson Valley
Snaking along the western shore of the Hudson River, Rt. 218 yields dramatic views of the river, ridges across the river, and Bannerman Island. In the winter, it is frequently closed, due to the danger of snow and ice falling from the cliffs, but during the warmer months, it makes for a fun drive, especially with a convertible!
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Uploaded: 16/09/2008
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