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  1. Pot Point Loop - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    This 12-mile loop overlooking the Tennessee River Gorge is the Holy Grail of trail running in Chattanooga.

  2. Downtown Chattanooga - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Experience Chattanooga in a way that most people never get to by paddling under and around some of the city's most epic and iconic features.

  3. Grasshopper Creek via Sale Creek - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Paddling up Sale Creek and Grasshopper Creek is a great way to spend some relaxing hours.

  4. Sale Creek - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    This spring-fed creek has plenty of fascinating history to accompany its relatively easy paddling.

  5. Richland Creek to TN River - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    A kinder, gentler side to what is normally considered a white water destination.

  6. Soddy Lake - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Soddy Lake allows paddlers the chance to paddle for as long as they want in a large open space of water with plenty of birding opportunities and beautiful natural surroundings.

  7. Cloudland Canyon State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Chattanooga

    Cloudland Canyon is one of the most beautiful river gulches in the Appalachian range, offering stunning views, rugged hiking, and excellent camping opportunities.

  8. Savage Gulf - Backpacking/Camping

    Chattanooga

    Savage Gulf is one of Tennessee's most beautiful wilderness areas, offering over 50 miles of trails and views of some of the area's most pristine waterfalls.

  9. Prentice Cooper State Forest - Backpacking/Camping

    Chattanooga

    Prentice Cooper is an absolute gem for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds, and it's located right in Chattanooga's backyard.

  10. Big Frog Wilderness - Backpacking/Camping

    Chattanooga

    Some of the oldest mountains in the world as well as the western-most peaks in Appalachia, make the Big Frog Wilderness something very special indeed.

  11. Cohutta Wilderness - Backpacking/Camping

    Chattanooga

    Creek crossings, climbs, mountain vistas, and waterfalls make this wilderness area an absolute dream come true for hikers and backpackers.

  12. North Chick Blue Hole - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    A series of seriously awesome swimming holes make this destination an absolute must during the summer months.

  13. Chickamauga Battlefield - Road Running

    Chattanooga

    A beautiful, safe, and historical place to run and bike.

  14. Rock/Creek Upchuck 50K Course

    Chattanooga

    The Upchuck 50k is a very technical and demanding trail race that will challenge even the strongest of runners.

  15. Red Clay State Park - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Red Clay State Historic Area offers a great place to enjoy a pleasant afternoon hike. It's not far off the beaten path, it's not strenuous, and the whole family can learn some interesting Native American history.

  16. StumpJump 50K and 11-Mile - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    The Beast of the East! This course gives you a bit of everything: high mileage, steep climbs, fast descents, stunning views, and lots of trail cred.

  17. Signal Point to Mushroom Rock - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Magnificent views of the Tennessee River Gorge and a challenging (yet enjoyable) workout over this 12-mile out and back on the Cumberland Trail.

  18. Lookout Mountain 50 Mile and 10K - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    This 50-mile race is the crown jewel of the Salomon Rock/Creek Trail Series.

  19. Tennessee Riverpark - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Abundant shade, calm water, and low traffic make this easily accessible destination a great place to paddle.

  20. Chickamauga Dam Recreation Area - Flat Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    A perfect place to introduce yourself to the wonderful sport of Paddleboarding.

  21. Little Cedar Mountain and the Legend of Chief Dragging Canoe

    Chattanooga

    The fascinating tale behind Chattanooga's Little Cedar Mountain and its most imposing historical figure: the bloody and uncompromising Chief Dragging Canoe.

  22. Cumberland Trail - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    With multiple accessible sections, the Cumberland Trail’s southern terminus is located 9 miles from downtown Chattanooga at Signal Point. It’s a must-experience outdoor destination for hiking, trail running, backpacking, and primitive camping.

  23. Lula Lake Land Trust - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Lula Lake Land Trust, just outside of downtown Chattanooga, is one of the most impressive destinations in the southeast in terms of beauty. Check out all three of the must-see locations within the Land Trust core preserve.

  24. Julia Falls Overlook - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    The hike to Julia Falls Overlook is somewhat challenging and technical, but absolutely worth the effort for the classic Cumberland Trail beauty.

  25. Edward's Point - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Edward's Point provides beautiful views of the Tennessee River Gorge, Middle Creek Gorge, and Chattanooga Valley with a variety of challenging and easy trails.