Are you ready for National Trails Day?
Chattanooga named as ‘First Trail Town’ for the Great Eastern Trail
Common trail injuries and how to treat them
Historic significance, climbing opportunities and beautiful panoramic views.
You hear a branch crack, leaves rustle — it may be the wind, but maybe not. The woods are bustling with wildlife, but it’s often only by happenchance that you actually see any.
Instead of fighting the night, embrace the season and experience hiking in a different — and arguably more exciting — way.
Parachute cord was originally used by paratroopers as suspension lines for their parachutes during World War II.
Gear to save your life
Although a simple hike can seem harmless, studies show that more accidents and injuries happen on short hikes than on full-fledged wilderness sabbaticals.
on the John Muir Trail
The 21-mile John Muir National Recreation Trail is just a short trip away for Chattanoogans.
No one told Blaine Snyder to take a hike. He just did. And it was a very long walk.
Getting out in nature can provide a much-needed escape, but techie innovations don’t necessarily need to be left behind while you’re packing for a getaway.
Chattanoogans hoping to hike for a cure can take their first steps this month when training begins locally for the Ultimate Hike.
Though many of us know the basics of being a good steward to the environment, there still are some important facets of respecting natural areas that may not be common knowledge.
To celebrate National Trails Day June 2, get your heart pumping, lungs expanding and muscles working in support of local trails.
Spring has finally sprung and with it comes the opportunity to enjoy scenic hikes with fields of wildflowers in bloom.