Stephanie Wilkins

Chattanooga

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  1. A Guide to RiverRocks: Getting the Most out of the Chattanooga RiverRocks Festival

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    Get outside and an explore the Chattanooga area at the monthlong RiverRocks Festival, which features rock climbing, paddling, trail running, mountain biking, hiking and more in a festival atmosphere.

  2. Dog-Friendly Adventures in Chattanooga

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    Bring along your four-legged friend on your next trip to Chattanooga. With dog-friendly parks and restaurants—plus endless hiking trails to explore—the Scenic City is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway with the family pet.

  3. Running Around Chattanooga

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    From trail running to popular urban marathons, Chattanooga has lots of reasons for runners to visit the Scenic City.

  4. Chattanooga Underground: Explore These Amazing Caves

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    The Chattanooga area is home to more than 7,000 caves, and many are excellent places to explore. Get muddy on a wild cave adventure or take a guided walking tour to see an underground waterfall at these top underground destinations.

  5. Fall Mountain Bike Rides in Chattanooga

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    The fall is the perfect time to enjoy mountain biking in Chattanooga. With more than 100 miles of singletrack within 20 minutes of downtown, cyclists have plenty of options for enjoying some of the best mountain biking in the southeast.

  6. The Best places for Winter Climbing Around Chattanooga

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    Winter is an excellent time to rock climb in Chattanooga. You'll find fewer crowds, cooler temperatures, and plenty of amazing rock.