Category - Outdoors

A Day of Art and Culture in Chattanooga

Tuesday, August 28, 2018 8:00 AM

It doesn’t take long to understand why the New York Times named Chattanooga one of the "top 45 places to go" in the world. The appeal lies in Chattanooga’s small-town feel, local restaurants, outdoor beauty, and excellent arts and cultural scene. You can spend an action-packed day exploring for

For quality paddling in any shape or form, Chattanooga is inarguably a water lover’s dream come true. Within an hour of downtown, boaters can easily access world-class whitewater and scenic flatwater paddling destinations. At all times of the year you’ll find Chattanooga’s dedicated weekend warriors

The 8 Best Scenic Overlooks in Chattanooga

Monday, July 2, 2018 12:00 PM

What’s the most important aspect of a great scenic overlook? This one should be pretty obvious: height. And Chattanooga certainly has no shortage of that. Nestled in a valley amid stooped southeastern mountains, Chattanooga has plenty of places to get up high and check out the amazing scenery for

5 Cool Summer Camping Spots Near Chattanooga

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 2:00 PM

The dog days of summer are here, and unless your idea of camping involves sitting inside a land yacht with the AC running, picking the right destination is critical. Although I once survived a 100 degree afternoon in a campsite by sitting in front of no less than six box fans running at full tilt,

How to Do a Bike and Brew Tour of Chattanooga

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 8:00 AM

A visit to Chattanooga calls for a lot of exciting activities: spending sunny afternoons on local trails, convening with the famed aquarium’s many creatures, perusing the art museum’s unique collections, and wandering the lively streets of downtown. Recently, Chattanooga has added one more crucial

Pet-friendly adventure options in Chattanooga

Monday, April 3, 2017 1:00 PM

Take your dog on a trail run in Chattanooga!

True story: A woman from Chattanooga is walking to her hotel in downtown Atlanta and stops at an intersection to wait on a light. A runner comes up with a dog and asks if she could hold the leash while he ties his shoes. He finishes with the laces,