Stories from six months on the Appalachian Trail
The best advice Eli Fowler and Brandon Taylor heard while on the Appalachian Trail had to be “Don’t hike from start to finish. Hike from day to day.”
Local groups push the pedal on making downtown more bike-friendly.
Hunt Jennings is about to plunge into a cool pool of water from the top of a waterfall. Dozens of feet above the landing, from the bank of the creek, he’s calculating his every move before he ever puts his boat in the water.
Our time on earth is precious. Our time underwater is sacred.
A firsthand lesson in conservation
It was an intimidating assignment. I was to spend the day in Cherokee National Forest surveying the aquatic biodiversity in Tellico River alongside a group of environmental advocates, educators, scientists and nationally distinguished journalists writing for the likes of National Geographic and Discover magazines.
Eastern fires are dangerous, but area forest firefighters say they simply don’t compare to the wildfires in the West
My interview with Huffines began at 8:30 am at his downtown office and ended almost four hours later on the peak of Snooper's Rock, 1,500 feet above the Tennessee River.
10 Chattanooga Ultra-Runners Take the Ultimate Test
There’s a saying among ultra-distance runners: In a 10K race, it’s 80 percent physical. For a marathon or 50K race, it's about 50-50 between physical and mental. In the 100-mile race, it’s 80 percent mental.
Beer, Bikes (and maybe tattoos) in Italy
Southeast Youth Corps opens path to conservation, commitment and camaraderie
RiverRocks 2013 features new leadership, new focus on adventure sports
A Test of Endurance: Later this month, 50 ultra-endurance mountain bikers will brave the Trans North Georgia—a race many consider the ultimate bike challenge east of the Rockies.
Ocoee Fest and ICF Freestyle World Championships offer waves of whitewater fun
Two vastly different celebrations. 100 miles apart. One common theme: a love, a passion and a reverence for the Southeast’s whitewater and the paddling lifestyle that has evolved around it.
The right vehicle can make every mile an experience
Unicyclists are out to prove one is not the loneliest number
If you think unicycling is just a one-wheeled circus act for clowns, think again.