Prepare for the new year by trying something new — right here in Chattanooga.
The cool morning smelled of mist and pine. The trees’ canopy glistened, twinkling like an emerald.
The only memories I have of my family’s few camping trips are getting my hand slammed in the trunk and nearly drowning.
These cameras will take a beating and keep on clicking.
Climbing is performed individually, but climbers must be communal.
It happened so fast. In fact, Shelbey Mudd doesn’t actually remember falling.
Virtually extinct, the American Chestnut may have potential for a comeback.
‘Most important fund you’ve never heard of’
In the Caribbean, they call her “Dr. Caca.” But Mary Beth Sutton calls herself a scientist and an educator.
Check out these nearby climbing areas.
“If you’re getting bored and want to do some roller-coaster moves, just ask.”
“When we try to pick out anything by itself we find that it is bound fast by a thousand invisible cords that cannot be broken, to everything in the universe.” — John Muir
“It’s the only regatta I know of that’s based in the middle of a city where you have all the other benefits of being on the water.”
A First-Timer Hikes Part of the Pacific Crest Trail
After a successful first year, Pangorge 2015 is the race that almost wasn’t.
Zoo officials are in the middle of another fundraising campaign
High Point and Rock/Creek host community speed climbing competition Oct. 10.
Now in its third year, the Lula Lake Land Trust 5-Points 50 mountain bike race will be going to Kinder Garden this fall.
The ChattaJack 31 has quickly become a crown jewel of RiverRocks.
Mullens Cove Loop Trail is great for a challenging but shorter distance run you can burn on a weekend.