Jack Rogan

Austin, Santa Barbara, Chattanooga

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  1. McKinney Falls State Park

    Austin

    Plenty of really neat sites to see along these 7 miles of trails.

  2. Lost Maples State Natural Area - Trail Running

    Austin

    With over 11 miles of trails and plenty of backpacking/drive-in camp sites, Lost Maples State Natural Area is a low-traveled Central Texas gem perfect for trail running in the woods amidst rocky terrain. A must see in November when the leaves change colors.

  3. Backyard Bowls

    Santa Barbara

    Best stop for a tasty smoothie, bowl, or quick meal - very healthy and eco-friendly!

  4. Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden

    Austin

    Located on the wildly popular Rainey Street, Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden is a true gem, featuring the largest sausage selection in Austin and over 100 beers on tap.

  5. Craft Pride

    Austin

    Serving 54 local beers on tap from about 20 different Texas breweries, Craft Pride is a great place to enjoy a cold one after a day in the woods.

  6. HandleBar

    Austin

    HandleBar is relatively new to the Austin scene, but it's already one of the best neighborhood bars in town, according to locals.

  7. Whole Foods Market

    Chattanooga

    You simply cannot go wrong with Whole Foods Market; this classic option has everything you could ever want out of a Food & Drink destination.

  8. Island Brewing Company

    Santa Barbara

    Some fantastic beers in a welcoming facility just a few hundred yards from Carpinteria State Beach

  9. Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.

    Santa Barbara

    A happy hour at Figueroa Mountain Brewery goes well after a day at the beach, just a few blocks down Anacapa, and the location is very bike-friendly.

  10. Whole Foods Market

    Austin

    You simply cannot go wrong with Whole Foods Market; this classic option has everything you could ever want out of a Food & Drink destination.

  11. Old San Marcos Pass to Painted Cave Road - Cycling

    Santa Barbara

    Old San Marcos Pass offers a tough but stellar cycling climb with winding mountain roads and panoramic views.

  12. Hamilton Pool - Trail Running

    Austin

    Run to a 50-foot waterfall that plunges into the pristine Hamilton Pool; great for summer swimming!

  13. Shoal Creek Greenbelt - Running

    Austin

    The Shoal Creek Greenway is a great running path with marquee views of the city.

  14. Red Bud Isle - Paddling

    Austin

    Towering cliffs, healthy wildlife populations, excellent fishing, and cypress trees.

  15. East Camino Cielo Road - Cycling

    Santa Barbara

    The road in the clouds with views of both sides of the mountains.

  16. The Rowing Dock - Paddling

    Austin

    The Rowing Dock is centrally located to some of Austin's favorite paddling and swimming spots like Zilker Park, Red Bud Isle, Tom Miller Dam and Barton Creek.

  17. Texas Rowing Center - Paddling

    Austin

    Texas Rowing Center is a convenient access point to Lady Bird Lake – the easiest paddle in Austin with the best city views.

  18. Walsh Landing - Laguna Gloria - Paddling

    Austin

    Putting in at Walsh Landing offers paddlers an experience unlike most other routes in the Austin area.

  19. Riviera Running

    Santa Barbara

    Though some may say southern California's weather doesn't change year-round, in fact, the autumn months are most enjoyable for running in Santa Barbara.

  20. Santa Barbara Running Advice with Tyler Hansen

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara running is tough. Tyler Hansen helps you develop a strategy for hitting the hills and running strong.

  21. Insider's Guide to Surfing Campus Point

    Santa Barbara

    Surfing in Santa Barbara is great year-round, but things really heat up in September and October, and RootsRated has your back for the things you need to know.

  22. Stand Up Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara has hopped "on board" the SUP revolution with enthusiasm, and here are four ways to enjoy it, from beginner paddling to surfing.

  23. Chasing the Santa Barbara Sun

    Santa Barbara

    Seeing the sun rise or set in Santa Barbara is truly an awe-inspiring and wonderful experience that should be done as much as possible, and not just the random time or two.

  24. Bluffs, Breaks, and Brews

    Santa Barbara

    Carpinteria is a small-town paradise neighboring Santa Barbara that affords beautiful bluffs, good breaks, and even delicious brews at the nearby brewing company.

  25. Pier to Peak Run

    Santa Barbara

    The Pier to Peak run is a Santa Barbara classic, whether you're participating in the official race in late August or taking a solo trip, and RootsRated brings you the Inside scoop.