Imagine you are paddling the Tennessee River on a relaxing Sunday afternoon...
Chattanooga offers more than easy and moderate trails for hardcore hikers; you just have to know where to look.
Quiche is a versatile dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This recipe has all the delectable elements of regular quiche with one twist—it doesn’t have the added bulk and calories of crust.
It just doesn’t get much cooler than the Pacific Northwest. But before it gets too cold, like ice cold, it’s time to take a trip to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.
On the Riverwalk near the Chickamauga Dam, there are two blue benches nestled just between the railroad bridge and the restrooms.
“It’s what we do. We make things.” So muses Mark Lynskey, managing member of Lynskey Performance Designs and eldest of his five siblings.
National showcase offers glimpse into the future of gear
As the warmth of the summer begins to cool into fall, fishing patterns begin to change for all species.
What your bumper stickers say about you
A Get Out Iron Will Update
Your bicep, calf or even a few fingers feel tight during a climb. So what do you do?
While other kids might wade in the shallow end of the pool, 11-year-old competitive swimmer Lance Marshall spends his summers making waves and gaining speed to boost his athletic edge.
There’s a big difference between wearing this Z-strapped sandal down the aisle and sporting it on a multi-mile hike—a difference that has the hiking community split.
Chattanooga is filled with breathtaking nature from picturesque mountains to countless wildflowers—perfect to enjoy on a summer day. Unfortunately, the city’s scenic locales are also filled with some other things that are not as pleasant: poison ivy, oak and sumac.
Dr. Colleen Smith runs a chic holistic veterinary practice on Main Street, has a black belt in Taekwondo and doubles as a stand-up paddle board instructor on the weekends.
Gadgets that up the Birding Ante
Alaska is the land of unknown and fearless wilderness.
Knoxville professional fisherman Ott DeFoe knows a thing or two about fishing.
Tim Morgan said it all started with an email.
Beginning August 16, Randy Whorton will start a 289-mile paddling journey in Cumberland Gap, Kentucky, on the northeastern border of Tennessee. From there, he’ll navigate the twisting Powel River, through various connecting lakes and creeks, all on a stand-up paddle board.