Rodger Ling

Chattanooga

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  1. Rock Creek Segment - Cumberland Trail Hiking

    Chattanooga

    The Rock Creek Gorge offers pine and hardwood covered hills, several creek crossings, and scenic bluffs and views.

  2. Poplar Springs Section - Cumberland Trail Hiking

    Chattanooga

    This moderate trail allows for views of the Tennessee River Gorge as well as rockhouses, formations, and bluffs, and abundant plant life.

  3. Glen Falls Trail - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    The Glen Falls Trail offers a short, scenic out and back with a waterfall and rock steps to a cutout/tunnel above the pool. This is a great place for kids to explore.

  4. Audubon Acres - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Audubon Acres features easy trails in a beautiful setting, allowing visitors to explore the natural and historic wonders of the area.

  5. Hogskin Loop - North Chickamauga Gorge Hiking

    Chattanooga

    This easy trail features many wonders to inspire your kids, from blue holes (plunge pools) to mudpots, to rockhouses and mine relics.

  6. Pot House Trail - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    This trail allows for an easy 3.5 mile loop along the river or an added challenge of a 1,000 foot climb.

  7. Piney River Section - Cumberland Trail Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Sweeping views, steep drop-offs, rocky overhangs, bluffs, waterfalls, cascades, seasonal creek crossings make this "pocket" wilderness a treat.

  8. Rainbow Lake Trail - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    This short loop has been a popular hiking destination for well over 100 years.

  9. Moccasin Bend Loop - Cycling

    Chattanooga

    Riding Moccasin Bend is a cycling tradition in Chattanooga, especially for those wanting to a place for some quick, flat sprints and training.

  10. West Chickamauga Creek

    Chattanooga

    A relaxing float trip down the West Fork of the Chickamauga provides "no worries, no hurries" fun.

  11. Bluff Trail on Lookout Mountain - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Since its construction in the 1930s, the Bluff Trail has been one of the most memorable hikes in the southeast.

  12. Cumberland Trail—Rock Creek Segment - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    Running on the Cumberland Trail is rarely easy, but the rewards are great. The Rock Creek Loop and Trail offer a variety of terrain that will interest runners of all levels.

  13. The Best Dog-Friendly Trails in Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    A guide to some of the top dog-friendly trails in Chattanooga, from the remote Cumberland Trail to the easy double-track at the Guild Hardy.

  14. 5 Cool Summer Camping Spots Near Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    These campsites near Chattanooga offer plenty of water—plus mountain biking, hiking and running trails—are great places for summer camping.

  15. The Amazing Story of Lookout Mountain's Forgotten Incline Railway

    Chattanooga

    Harriet Whiteside was one of the richest people in Chattanooga, and the legacy of her controversial railway still shapes Lookout Mountain to this day.

  16. Cumberland Trail—Laurel-Snow - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    Some say that Bigfoot roams the steep slopes of Laurel-Snow, and while that bit of history is unverified, it’s true that the hills once shook from horrific explosions that belched fire out the mouths of coal mines.

  17. Cumberland Trail—North Chickamauga Creek - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    North Chickamauga Creek has magnificent scenery, swimming holes, and rugged terrain to challenge any runner, all just a few minutes from Chattanooga.

  18. Chances Are, You're Paddling that Stand-Up Paddleboard Wrong

    Chattanooga

    Riding a stand-up paddleboard takes practice, but the author discovered that learning the right technique from the start makes a difference.

  19. The Legacy of the Eagles Nest: Lost Memories of How Lookout Mountain Park Came to Be

    Chattanooga

    It was known as Memory Place, but almost no one remembers that now: This is the fascinating story of Chattanooga's forgotten Eagles Nest park.

  20. History and Myths on Lookout Mountain

    Chattanooga

    Lookout Mountain is filled with historical remnants of past battles and cultures—but we may not know the full story of how they got there.

  21. The Ghosts of Laurel-Snow

    Chattanooga

    Beneath the rugged hills and crystal waters of Dayton, Tennessee's Laurel-Snow Wilderness lies a maze of tunnels, abandoned mines, and forgotten stories.

  22. An Insider's Guide to the Cumberland Trail

    Chattanooga

    The Cumberland Trail itself is part of the even more ambitious Great Eastern Trail, an alternative to the Appalachian Trail that will stretch over 1,600 miles from Alabama to New York when it's all said and done.

  23. Cumberland Trail - Soddy Creek Gorge South Section - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    Just a few minutes from Chattanooga, this trail is inspiring in both its scenery and its surprising industrial history.

  24. Cumberland Trail - Soddy Creek Gorge North - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    Rugged climbs and descents past towering bluffs, historic sites, and boulder-filled creeks make Soddy Creek Gorge North a strenuous but extremely interesting section of the Cumberland Trail.

  25. Cumberland Trail - Poplar Springs Section - Trail Running

    Chattanooga

    A fun section of the Cumberland Trail, the Poplar Springs segment is a great workout for dedicated trail runners.