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5 Outdoor ideas that will change Chattanooga

Imagine a city like this.

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High-Tech Socks

"Now," he says, "let's get you into a pair of good socks."

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Southern Sixers

Mark McLain is into a little bit of everything. Mountain biking, water sports, ice climbing—but especially hiking.

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Singing for Blueberries

I was seven years old; it was late July, and the Pocono Mountains were thick with humidity.

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Running Into the Sky

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Sharp Racer

Baylor teen wins Tennessee High School Mountain Bike State Championships

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Getting Out and Giving Back

Whatever outdoor gear you have your heart set on receiving this Christmas, you’d be surprised at how you can give back.

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The Beloved Red Hills

Located on the lush edge of the Cherokee National Forest, current day Ducktown, population 450, shows little evidence of its former self.

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Gra-no-la (adj): a person who is environmentally aware with an organic and natural emphasis on living

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The Running Chief

Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher takes on StumpJump 50K

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Discovering Life

To the south of Sevierville, the ridgeline comes into view, rippling across the horizon like the spine of a magnificent beast.

Ironman Update

After following these five local athletes on their journey to Ironman Chattanooga for nearly a year, we finally got to watch them set out on race day. Here's the outcome of all their efforts.

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A Great Big World

Local climbers venture to destinations beyond the Scenic City

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

The forest is quiet save for a delicate scratching beneath the earth.

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Head of the Hooch

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.


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