Logan Waddell

Hilton Head, Charleston, Boise, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Aiken, Crystal Coast

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  1. Cumberland Island

    Charleston

    Cumberland Island is an excellent coastal backpacking destination, and will certainly give you a trip to remember for a lifetime.

  2. Johns Island to Isle of Palms

    Charleston

    The ride from Johns Island to Isle of Palms is easily the most scenic route for a cyclist to take while in Charleston.

  3. Charleston, SC to Savannah, GA

    Charleston

    This ride is truly one of the best ways to take in all of the sights of this truly unique part of the United States.

  4. Fort Sumter to Fort Moultrie

    Charleston

    What better way to spend a Saturday than checking out some historical sites while clocking in about 15 miles on your bike.

  5. Folly Beach Surfing

    Charleston

    One of the most popular spots on the Carolina coast for surfers, kayak surfers, and coastal paddlers alike.

  6. Isle of Palms Surfing

    Charleston

    Isle of Palms produces waves that everyone can appreciate for their modesty. They're not huge, but they're definitely fun.

  7. Cheraw State Park

    Charleston

    Cheraw State Park is considered one of the best single tracks in the state of South Carolina.

  8. Killer 3 Loop

    Charleston

    Far better single track surface than you would find on the rootier trails of Charleston.

  9. Gateway Mountain Bike Park

    Charleston

    It may be small, but Gateway Mountain Bike Park offers bikers of various skill levels plenty of opportunities to have fun.

  10. Boyd Pond

    Charleston

    This fun 5-mile loop is filled with tight turns and short, steep climbs.

  11. Keeping it Local: Charleston's Best Destinations Paired with Locally-Made Gifts

    Charleston

    From fresh air excursions to locally made gifts suitable for adventurers, in Charleston, keeping it local does the holidays up right.

  12. The Washout

    Charleston

    With waves having historically reached 10 feet, it's no wonder that the Washout is the most popular surf spot on Folly Beach.

  13. Clouds

    Charleston

    On a good day, Clouds is known to produce a huge swell, making it one of the more popular surf destinations at Folly Beach.

  14. Folly Beach Pier

    Charleston

    The eastern side of the Folly Beach Pier offers some nice surf that isn't too choppy and is always buzzing with activity.

  15. Bert's

    Charleston

    On a good day, Bert's Bar offers some of the best surfing in Charleston... on a good day.

  16. Pawleys Island Surfing

    Charleston

    Surfing at Pawley's Island is a great way to beat the crowds that are typically found at Folly Beach and other Charleston destinations.

  17. Pitt Street Bridge

    Charleston

    Spend the day at this great park, takong in the sights and sounds of the coast.

  18. Sourcing Your Thanksgiving Feast

    Charleston

    If you want to ensure your Thanksgiving meal will be one to remember this year, it's as simple as sourcing your meat and veggies. There's no reason not to dine like southern royalty this holiday season, so forget about a trip to the supermarket, and drive just a little bit further to the country.

  19. Talking Shop with One of Charleston's Best Surfboard Shapers

    Charleston

    Surfboards are like snow flakes; no two are ever the same. Here, we sat down with one of Charleston's best surfboard shapers, Josh Hoke, to gain some insights into the world of shaping.

  20. Surf's Up

    Charleston

    The surf in Charleston might not be known for any Mavericks, but the modest swell and friendly surfers in the area make it a great spot for summer surfing.

  21. How to Experience Charleston like a Local

    Charleston

    From art walks to church tours, here's how to experience Charleston like a local, according to local experts who know what they're talking about.

  22. A Conversation with Charleston Running Club President Paul MacDonald

    Charleston

    The Charleston Running Company has helped create a vibrant running community in the city.

  23. 5 Things to Do in Charleston This Spring

    Charleston

    From paddling and fishing, to surfing and trail running, here's our list of 5 things to do in Charleston during the spring.

  24. 4 Expert Outfitters to Get You Paddling in Charleston

    Charleston

    Looking to take a paddling trip near Charleston? Take advantage of these local outfitters to get you out on the water with ease.

  25. A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing the Lowcountry

    Charleston

    Fly fishing for redfish is one of the Lowcountry's greatest pastimes. Here's what you need to know to get started.