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Inflatable SUPs: About to blow up

Benefits of inflatable SUPs have them poised to take over

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Guidebook focuses on Southern whitewater

Two-volume set inspires and informs

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A Keller Year

After dominating the whitewater circuit in 2014, Pat Keller is coming to Chattanooga.

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New Traditions

Group teaches traditional Inuit paddling skills

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Middle Tennessee's Harpeth River

The Harpeth River in Middle Tennessee is known for Indian burial mounds, a 100-yard long, first of its kind tunnel dug by slaves and the distinction of being one of the most crooked rivers in the state.

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Chasing Chattajack

Canadian Olympian says Chattajack has become a ‘bucket list race’.

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Coosawattee Cruisin’

NERA trip highlights scenic 70-mile North Georgia corridor

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SUP Rules

Alabama authorities remind SUPers they are boaters, too.

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Knowing your roll

Get Out chats with roll guru Zach Bopp

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Going the Distance?

Alabama Scenic River Trail adds mileage (and whitewater)

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Tri on your boat

Triathlons opening shores for boaters

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Kayaking with a camera

Cameras and water don’t mix, but some photographers are willing to take the risk.

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Safety Man

If you want to learn about safety, Mike Shillinger is the type of person you’d like to teach you.

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Gulf to Gulf

There’s a very small number of people who can count the Appalachian Trail as their second longest adventure. Rhea County’s Brad Tallent is one of those rare people.

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Water trails offer miles of paddling

What’s the best part about days when it’s too cold to go out and paddle? It gives you a chance to plan out your warmer weather trips.

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