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Mists Over The Cliffs

Are you looking for an outing during your NYC trip? You do not want to miss our Fall Foliage trip up the Palisades, past West Point to the scenic town of Highland Falls. This experience will be one of the highlights of your trip.


The Foliage is Still Strong!

The NY See The Foliage Tour is still running strong! We took this picture on November 8, 2014, and, as you can see, the leaves are still absolutely beautiful! Come take a Fall Foliage Tour until November 16!fallfoliage2014

The Hudson River Valley and Palisades

Fall Foliage Tour

Fall Foliage Tour

Fall foliage in the Hudson Valley is one of nature’s treasures. Head over the majestic George Washington Bridge, dubbed “the most beautiful bridge in the world” by the architect Le Corbusier. Our journey begins in earnest on the Palisades Parkway, skirting the 550-foot-high Palisades along the Hudson River. Travel through luxuriant foliage suddenly awash in yellows, oranges, and reds. Take a break at the Lookout Inn, the highest point along the Palisades. Since 1937, this refreshment stand has greeted visitors with spectacular views across Westchester County to Long Island Sound. Our trek continues past Bear Mountain, once site of the premier ski jump in the U.S. Then, we skirt over the Bear Mountain Bridge along route 6 – where one of the most spectacular views of the Hudson River awaits. Bear Mountain Bridge was the first bridge across the Hudson between New York and Albany. Travel just past the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Fort Montgomery, as we head past the road to West Point – America’s oldest military academy. West Point was the training ground for Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, John Pershing, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, and Dwight Eisenhower as well as the future military leaders of tomorrow. We’ll stop to take a break for a light meal in the scenic town of Highland Falls, then we’ll head back to the city past miles of rolling hills blanketed by colorful maples, aspens, oaks, dogwoods, hickories and birches.

This tour runs from mid-october to mid-november. Please check the booking calendar for tour availability.

The Epoch Times wrote an article about the OnBoard NY See The Foliage! Tour here. Check it out here.

Call us to book: 212-852-4821!

Fall Foliage Tour Itinerary

  • George Washington Bridge
  • George Washington Bridge over the Palisades
  • Palisades Parkway
  • Point Lookout
  • Bear Mountain
  • Bear Mountain Bridge
  • “Anthony’s Nose”*
  • State Line Lookout Point (Optimal viewing point for Foliage)
  • Pomona, NY – Country Orchard

*Anthony’s Nose is a beautiful peak along the Hudson River at the North End of Westchester County. It’s been known by this name since 1697 and was named after pre-Revolutionary War Captain Anthony Hogan.

Monday – Sunday:

Ready to book? You’ll be glad you chose OnBoard Tours for your NYC visit. You can conveniently book now online (by hitting the big red button) or call us at: 212-852-4821.

Refund Policy: In an effort to keep our prices low all sales are final. If you’re uncertain of your travel plans and feel they might unexpectedly change, please purchase our optional Tour Insurance.

NY Fall Foliage Snapshot

  • Departs Daily at: 10:30 AM
  • 4-Hour Duration
  • Mon-Thurs $74.99 for Adults, $59.99 for kids
  • Fri-Sun $84.99 for Adults, $69.99 for kids
  • Ticketing/Handling Fee applies.
  • Spectacular Views Await!

Prefer A Private Tour?

You can also book this tour as a private tour. We’ll pick you up and drop you off at your hotel. You can change the itinerary to fit your personal desires. Groups of 12 or less can book it for $1250 for a four hour trip at either 8am or 1pm. Groups of 4 or less can take it as a VIP Tour in a luxury SUV for $950. Call us at 1-212-852-4821 to book your private tour.

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