The Cumberland Trail is Tennessee’s second-largest state park.
Sandals are the perfect summer footwear.
At Virgin Falls Pocket Wilderness
Stuart Hickey took a few minutes with us to talk thru-hiking, the GET and the Scenic City.
Any outdoor enthusiast worth their salt—and especially one familiar with variable Southern weather—knows the importance of layering.
Many hikers spend years perfecting the contents of their daypack.
Fall is finally here! And there’s no better way to experience the changing of the season than by getting out on the trails.
Chattanooga offers more than easy and moderate trails for hardcore hikers; you just have to know where to look.
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.
From tear-stained paths of the Cherokee Removal or bloodied battlefields from the Civil War, our area is full of historic sites to visit.
From Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz to The Hobbit’s Bilbo Baggins, every adventurer needs a path to follow.
We all loved snuggling with our teddy bears as kids, but the last thing you want while you’re out on the trail is a great big bear hug.
The Friends of South Cumberland kicked off its Hike All 14 in 2014 challenge last month in which hikers are charged to hit the trails that cover the South Cumberland State Park.
Choosing the wrong kind of backpack can easily turn an overnight trip or thru-hike adventure into a really uncomfortable nightmare.