I grew up in Galveston, Texas and i was raised by Harvie and Veada Collins. They were married for over 60 years. My dad is a retired longshoreman with a 3rd grade education and my mom cleaned houses and watched children of doctors at a local hospital.
I have a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania; first college graduate in my family. I have six brothers and sisters who are happy and living well. We have helped our parents to travel all over the world and it did not cost them one cent. They have truly received a healthy portion in return for the love they gave us.
Beverly Collins purchased this condo in 2007
I bought this condo from my sister who has been coming to Hunter for many years. It is only 30 feet from the closest ski slope. I visited Hunter Mountain and fell in love with it because it is so peaceful and refreshing. The people you meet are excellent.
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO HUNTER
Hunter Mountain is located just over 2 hours north of New York City in the northern Catskill Mountains of New York State. Whether you are coming from the north or the south, Hunter is a convenient half-hour ride from New York State Thruway exits 20 or 21.
Use this address in Mapquest: 7740 Main Street, Hunter, NY 12442
Hunter Mountain coordinates for your GPS or Google Maps
N42 12.289 W74 12.598
Please obey the posted speed limit signs while on the mountaintop. Local law enforcement agencies strictly enforce the posted speed limits.
For those without transportation, there are several Bus Tour Operators that bring regularly scheduled trips to Hunter, as well as Adirondack Trailways, which offers daily trips from Port Authority, NYC to Hunter.
Directions to Hunter Mountain From...
New York State
Albany - Est. Time: 1 Hour 10 Minutes NY Thruway south to Exit 21 (Catskill), turn left after exit and go to Rt. 9W (about 2 miles); take Rt. 9W south to Rt. 23A; take Rt. 23A west to Hunter Mountain.
- Binghamton - Est. Time: 2½ Hours
Interstate 88 east to Oneonta. Pick up Rt. 23 east to Rt. 23A to Hunter.
- New York City - Est. Time: 2½ Hours.
NY Thruway (I-87) north to Exit 20 (Saugerties). Take Rt. 32 north to Rt. 32A north to Rt. 23A west.
- Long Island - Est. Time: 2½-5 Hours.
Take the LIE or Rt. 25A to the Cross Island Parkway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Then take the Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95) to the George Washington Bridge. Take the GW Bridge to Route 4 (3rd exit ramp). Continue on Rt. 4 heading northwest to Rt. 17. Take Rt. 17 north to the NY Thruway, north to Exit 20 (Saugerties). Take Rt. 32 north to Rt. 32A north to Rt. 23A west.
- Rochester - Est. Time: 5½ Hours
NY Thruway east to Albany, then south to Exit 21 (Catskill), turn left after exit and go to Rt. 9W (about 2 miles); take Rt. 9W south to Rt. 23A; take Rt. 23A west to Hunter Mountain.