This list ranges from steep hikes into pristine valleys to waterfalls you can literally drive right up to.
What’s a hiker’s worst and most common enemy? Bears? Weather? No! It’s the common, but painful, blister.
Nestled at the base of Lookout Mountain just minutes from downtown, Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center is one of Chattanooga’s most beloved settings.
If you’re a newbie when it comes to stargazing, here’s a primer on some of the standout features of the Northern Hemisphere winter night sky.
In Tennessee, there are plenty of easy hikes that won’t require hiking into the backcountry for a weekend, but will still give you a great view.
Head out to one of these regional gateways to soak up some calm or stoke up some adventure.
Here are eight tips that will help get you out and keep you active this winter.
There wasn’t much of a mountain biking scene in Memphis in the late 1990s and early 2000s, until a few members of the Mid-South Trails Association (MSTA) took it upon themselves to bring the sport back to the area.
Planning a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains can be as overwhelming as it is exciting. This guide can help.
Here is a list of parks within two hours of Chattanooga with said lodging, as well as spectacular scenery, trails, and other outdoor activities.