Outdoor Club South is the largest, most active, and fun outdoor club in the South! Our members love to hike, bike, & paddle throughout the beautiful South and beyond.View website
Chattanooga Hiking Meetup
Chattanooga Hiking Meetup is an outdoor adventure and eco-volunteer club that plans hiking, backpacking, camping, paddling, and biking events throughout the year ranging from easy to strenuous, local to regional. The aim of the group is to explore the natural beauty of the region and to develop a social network for people with like interests.
In addition to our regular hikes and other outdoor adventures, we also plan social events and organize community volunteer projects such as park cleanup and trail building!View website
Scenic Cycling in Chattanooga
If you are looking for a scenic, high-cardio workout while having fun with people who also enjoying cycling, meetup with us for great rides! We enjoy everything from beginner to advanced. There are some of us that like to mountain bike and ride road bikes, so sign up and let us know what you like to do.View website
Running for Brews Chattanooga
Running for Brews - Cheaper Than Therapy Who ever said that you can't mix fun (running) with pleasure (good beer)...no one I hope because that's what we're doing here and if you've got a problem with it then go stick you head in sand:) Just kidding...but not really. Running For Brews is for all of those who enjoy getting out and breaking a sweat amongst the company of other fellow runners and then topping it off with an awesome craft brew and some great conversation.View website
There are 54 trail heads within 30 minutes of downtown Chattanooga leading to hundreds of miles of trails. Without compare, Chattanooga is trail city USA. Our runs are generally 5 to 10 miles in length, with weekend runs going longer and always on trails. Some of us jog, some of us run, some of us race. All speeds are welcome. Come meet other local trail runners, discover our amazing trails, get fit and have fun.View website
Tennessee Wild is dedicated to protecting wilderness on the Cherokee National Forest for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations. We aim to educate the public about the benefits of wilderness and promote volunteerism and the sound stewardship of Tennessee's wild places.
We lead regular outings and trail maintenance trips as a means to create advocates for Tennessee's wild places.View website
SUP Nooga Meetup Group
A place for the local SUP community to post and meet in and around Chattanooga.View website
Chattanooga Bicycle Club
The Chattanooga Bicycle Club (CBC) was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster good relationships between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law. CBC is a club for recreational cyclists and provides riding opportunities year round. In addition the club organizes two event rides during the year that attract riders from all over the southeast and beyond. Chattanooga's oldest century bike ride is the 3 State 3 Mountain ride taking place each May.View website
Chattanooga Track Club
Founded in 1970, the Chattanooga Track Club (CTC) is a non-profit organization with the goal of promoting running, walking, and general fitness in the Chattanooga area. The club pursues this goal through a number of activities including weekly group runs, annual road races, youth programs, and social events.View website
The Velo Vixens Cycling Club supports women in road cycling, mountain biking and multi-sport through development and training opportunities. We encourage and help build strong, active women from the inside out and welcome all abilities and ages into the club. We are licensed and able to support women in all types of racing arenas, or simply provide a learning experience. The Velo Vixens also strive to be a positive influence to young active women and promote community through various volunteer efforts as well.View website
SORBA Chattanooga is more than just a riding club. It is an advocacy organization that helps keep the trails you ride open to all mountain bikes. We work with land managers and policy makers to develop fair and responsible policies governing the use of public and private lands.View website
Trek Store Chattanooga
Join us every Wednesday night all summer long! All skill levels welcome. No rider will be left behind. Even if you have never ridden off-road before, we'll help guide you through your first trip to the dirt side. Group rides are FREE. All you need is a capable mountain bike & a helmet.View website
Tennessee Trails Association Soddy Daisy Chapter
The Soddy Daisy chapter welcomes hikers from Hamilton County and the surrounding area. Hikes are scheduled throughout the year on the many trails in this region. The Soddy Daisy Chapter meets meets on the first Tuesday of every other month - January, March, May, July, September, November - at 6:00 pm ET at Burk's United Methodist Church, 6433 Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN 37343.View website
Chattanooga Triathlon Club
Our mission is to encourage healthy lifestyles and build relationships through training and education of the sport of triathlon. Chattanooga Triathlon Club is the region’s only complete club serving multisport athletes. Whether you are a first-timer or a seasoned veteran, we are the club for you. Our club can help you achieve personal goals, make new friends, training partners, and be active in our community.View website
Fast Break Speed Group
Fast Break Athletics Thursday night Speed Workout:
Every Thursday at 6:30pm a group of runners meet at the Fast Break store at 19 Cherokee Blvd in North Chattanooga for a tempo run. The run is designed for runners of all levels to work on increasing their speed.
It starts with a 1 mile warm up jog through Renaissance and Coolidge Park, then arriving at the GPS School track. Once at the track Joey Howe will explain the workout for the night. Usually consisting of intervals at a faster pace followed by a jogging or walking recovery period. For example, there may be 6 repeats of 300 meters at an accelerated pace with a 100 meter walk or jog recovery between each interval. After the intervals the group takes about a mile cool down lap through the parks returning back to the Fast Break store together.
This run is good for runners of all speeds who want to work on increasing their pace. Since the workout is on a track, one can work on his or her own accelerated pace without worrying about being dropped by faster runners or having to wait for slower ones. And the workout is different each week, so that keeps things interesting. Occasionally they will switch it up and run repeats on the Walnut St. Bridge or short hill repeats in the Riverview neighborhood just to mix it up. No matter what the workout is, runners of all levels can work on accelerating their pace in an inspiring environment.View website