Mohonk Preserve will once again be offering up free passes to local residents as part of Heathy Ulster Autumn week starting on August 17th.

The Daily Freeman reports that anyone looking to claim their passes must be able to prove residency in Ulster County and may stop by the Preserve Visitor Center in Gardner the 17th through the 20th between the hours of 10AM and 4PM. You may also stop by the Spring Farm Trailhead on August 19th and 20th between 10AM and 4PM in High Falls.

All free passes will be good though September 17th and must be picked up in person.

Healthy Ulster County was started in 2011 by County Executive Mike Hein and involves special offers and promotions for Ulster residents to local restaurants, stores and more. For anyone that wants to get involved, you can visit the Healthy Ulster County Facebook page or call (845) 340-3800 for more information.