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The Catskills of New York are a "dissected plateau", a highland worn into mountains and valleys by erosion. Largely rural and wild, the Catskills are a popular vacation destination for New Yorkers, but they also have much to offer the traveler from out of state. The Catskills are adjacent to the Poconos region of Pennsylvania.
Go fly fishing - this region is home to numerous rivers hallowed by fly fisherman including the Beaverkill, Neversink, the Delaware, the Esopus, and the Willowemoc.
During summer, there are many kosher restaurants open however they are usually quite expensive. During the year, there are plenty of restaurants selling basic food items, such as pizza, burgers, and fries.
Because New York City dumps all of it's crazies into Catskills, it is recommended that you stay inside during the night. During summer, many people go into the Catskills from the City. They are reckless drivers, so be careful when driving. In winter, the roads there have ice and it gets very slippery.