The competitive side of fishing continues to grow in Chattanooga
Countless climbers have come from near and far to make their homes in Chattanooga’s sandstone crags.
Local climbers venture to destinations beyond the Scenic City
If you’re looking for an adventure-filled Thanksgiving break, head west
The forest is quiet save for a delicate scratching beneath the earth.
“Only you can prevent forest fires.” You probably remember this classic PSA from U.S. Forest Service’s cartoon spokesman, Smokey Bear, which reminded us to never play with matches and always extinguish our campfires.
Another successful season is winding down for the Chattanooga Bass Association’s annual tournament trail.
Alabama day trip options for spotting migrating birds.
Autumn: it’s a ripe time for exploring trails, but no one wants to stay in the woods overnight without a plan.
One of the biggest head races in the world, Head of the Hooch, is hitting the Chattanooga riverfront for the 10th year Nov. 2-3.
Sierra Truner did not want to go backpacking with a bunch of strangers in North Carolina...at first.
A taste of Italian cycling will come to the roads of northern Georgia on October 19.
Alabama authorities remind SUPers they are boaters, too.
Fall is finally here, and with the temperature dropping, nothing hits the spot more than a cup of warm, delicious soup.
Alot has changed in Georgia since 1926.
It just doesn’t make sense to leave the southeast during this time of year, especially with two great national parks in our own backyard that show off the best of what fall has to offer.
Fall is finally here! And there’s no better way to experience the changing of the season than by getting out on the trails.
Why do you love to climb?
Chattanooga women take to the trails
As I looked skyward, I couldn’t suppress the gasp that escaped me. It looked like the entire ceiling was flecked with glittering diamonds.