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  1. Main Street Farmers Market

    The Main Street Farmers Market is Chattanooga's go-to, weekly source of direct producer-to-consumer agriculture and farm-fresh foods.

  2. Velo Coffee

    Velo Coffee Roasters isn’t just a company committed to producing perfectly roasted beans; it is a company committed to sustainability.

  3. The Nightfall Concert Series

    The Nightfall Summer Music Series has been proudly offering the Chattanooga community a vibrant hub for music and culture for 27 years.

  4. Lula Lake Land Trust

    People have enjoyed the land that is now held in the Lula Lake Land Trust in a variety of ways throughout history, but never has the land been so well preserved as it is today.

  5. The Camp House

    Since 2010, The Camp House has been serving an array of delicious espresso drinks, craft brews, and a wide variety of food items in an unmatched setting.

  6. Chattanooga Brewing Company

    The Chattanooga Brewing Company is the Scenic City's namesake brewery, and it has a long history of making delicious and inventive brews.

  7. Moccasin Bend Brewing Company

    Located in the historic neighborhood of St. Elmo, Moccasin Bend Brewing Company is an unconventional, hole-in-the-wall brewhouse that's highly worth visiting.

  8. Rainbow Lake Trail

    Rainbow Lake Trail is a hike for friends and families that packs the rugged beauty of the Cumberland Plateau.

  9. Lula Lake and Lula Falls

    Lula Lake and Lula Falls combine to form the very obvious centerpiece of the peerlessly gorgeous Lula Lake Land Trust.

  10. How to Train for Chattanooga's Half IRONMAN

    Preparing for the Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga? Coach Lee Simril offers some suggestions to get you to the finish line.

  11. The Farmer's Daughter

    The Farmer's Daughter in Chattanooga has successfully built real community around the slow food movement.

  12. Stringers Ridge: A (Not Very Hidden) Gem in the Scenic City

    A guide to everything you need to know about mountain biking, running, and hiking at Stringers Ridge—Chattanooga's (not very hidden) gem.

  13. The Flying Squirrel

    The Flying Squirrel is Chattanooga's premier bar for the Adventurous to unwind, relax, and socialize in good company.

  14. 5 Southeastern Climbing Events to Attend This Spring

    From trail maintenance days to unique climbing comps, here are five Southeastern climbing events that are all worth attending this spring.

  15. Lookout Wild Film Festival Returning to Chattanooga

    On March 20-22, the Lookout Wild Film Festival will return to Chattanooga for the third consecutive year, featuring some of the most inspiring outdoor films around.

  16. Kicking Off the Racing Season in Chattanooga

    The Chattanooga racing season begins with the Scenic City Half Marathon and 5K on February 28th, at Finley Stadium.

  17. Dressing Right for the Run

    It can be difficult to dress for running this time of the year in Chattanooga. Here are some tips to stay warm and comfortable on the run.

  18. Grand Visions and the Creation of the Southeast Conservation Corps

    The Southeast Conservation Corps offers young people outdoors training and experience while improving wilderness access around Chattanooga.

  19. Lula Lake Trip Report

    Lula Lake is a mesmerizingly beautiful place, and this Lula Lake trip report can help you plan your next trip to the falls.

  20. An Interview with the Legendary Will Gadd

    The word 'fearless' comes to mind when talking about climber, kayaker, paraglider, guide, speaker, author and general badass Will Gadd.

  21. Trip Report: Big Frog Wilderness

    Lizzie Goodrick is an expert hiker and backpacker. In this trip report, she shares the lowdown on the vast and stunning Big Frog Wilderness.

  22. Growing the Cumberland Trail by Hand

    The Cumberland Trail is Tennessee's first linear state park and once it is fully complete, it will be the longest state park in the country.

  23. Plan a Winter Getaway to a Tennessee State Park Treasure

    Winter is surprisingly one of the best times of year to visit these Tennessee state parks, all within a two-hour drive of Chattanooga.

  24. Trip Report: Pot House Loop

    Lizzie Goodrick is an expert hiker and backpacker. In this trip report, she shares the lowdown on the short, but beautiful Pot House Loop.

  25. One for the Chattanooga Bucket List: Learn to Climb in 2015

    Not only is Chattanooga blessed with world-class outdoor climbing, but it also has a wonderful mix of local climbing gyms, perfect for learning the sport.

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