Logan Waddell

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

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  1. Outside Yoga in Charleston

    Charleston

    Charleston's heat and humidity essentially offers a natural hot yoga studio, meaning hot yoga can be outside yoga! outdoors.

  2. 3 Independence Day Tips for Charleston

    Charleston

    Charleston is one of America's most historic cities, and as such, it is a wonderful place to celebrate the 4th of July. These 3 Tips will help you make the most of it.

  3. 3 Places to Watch the World Cup in Charleston

    Charleston

    When the World Cup rolls around, people take to their local pubs for beer & food. Here are 3 places to watch the World Cup in Charleston.

  4. 6 Tips for Thru-Hiking the Palmetto Trail

    Charleston

    The Palmetto Trail is a footpath that spans the state of South Carolina. Many people enjoy thru-hiking this trail, and knowing these 6 tips will definitely help.

  5. Off the Beaten Path in Charleston

    Charleston

    Getting off the beaten path in Charleston by heading to these uncrowded outdoor destinations is something that all locals should know about.

  6. Insider's Guide to Bonnaroo 2014

    Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville

    For the 13th year in a row, Bonnaroo will make an appearance in the rural town of Manchester. Here's the Insider's Guide to Bonnaroo 2014.

  7. 5 of Charleston's Best In-Town Summer Destinations

    Charleston

    Check out our Insider's Guide to 5 of Charleston's Best in-town summer destinations, curated by local experts.

  8. First Flush Festival

    Charleston

    Each spring the growth of new tea leaves in Charleston is celebrated with the First Flush Festival. The Avett Brothers will headline this year.

  9. Catching Waves

    Charleston

    Catching Waves in Charleston may not compare to Mavericks or other world-class surfs, but increasingly, slow wave surfing in South Carolina is becoming a must-do surf experience.

  10. Charleston’s Literary Life

    Charleston

    The Lowcountry has a rich tradition of southern literature, and Charleston's Literary Life is a very vibrant one indeed. Pat Conroy, Archibald

  11. Cooper River Bridge Run

    Charleston

    On April 5th, 2014 Charleston will host its 37th annual Cooper River Bridge Run.

  12. Charleston Trails & Taps

    Charleston

    Charleston Trails and Taps is an insider's guide to the best local breweries to drink a beer after spending a day on Charleston's trails.

  13. Backwater Paddling in Charleston

    Charleston

    Amazing waterways, endless marshes, and beautiful coastline, here are five of the best ways to experience backwater paddling in Charleston.

  14. Charleston’s Outdoor Combos

    Charleston

    You have to eat to perform. Charleston's food scene and outdoor pursuits make a perfect match, and we have the outdoor combos to prove it.

  15. Where to Ride Out A (Thankfully Mild) Charleston Hurricane

    Charleston

    This Charleston hurricane season has been mild but busy, offering residents ample chances to enjoy the storms while bellying up to the bar.

  16. Coastal Climbing

    Charleston

    Charleston is known for many things, however big walls aren't one of them. Until now. Coastal Climbing brings climbing to the lowcountry.

  17. Paul Puckett

    Charleston

    Paul Puckett, a Charleston artist and entrepreneur on the unique culture of art and fishing in the low-country.

  18. Half Moon Outfitters' Make My Day 12K

    Charleston

    Half-Moon Outfitters is working hard to make Columbia, SC a go-to destination for some of the southeast's finest outdoor events.

  19. Catching Waves at Folly Beach

    Charleston

    Winter in Charleston is not surfing season! We beg to differ. Learn why winter surfing at Folly Beach is well worth it.

  20. Where to Hideout during a Charleston Rainstorm

    Charleston

    Don't let the weather slow you down in Charleston rainstorm. These Charleston hideouts will help you weather the storm.

  21. Fuel Your Adventure: 5 Best Recovery Meals in Charleston

    Charleston

    Whether your adventure requires paddling or pedaling, here is a guide to the best recovery meals in Charleston.

  22. A Conversation with Folly Beach's Favorite Surf Shooter

    Charleston

    Folly Beach may not have the best waves on the East Coast, but it's become a hip surfing community, and Justin Morris is there to shoot it.

  23. Skull Creek Paddling

    Hilton Head

    Skull Creek is the most popular destination for paddlers who want to explore the North end of Hilton head Island. Its location between the Calibogue Sound and the Port Royal sound make the creek a highway for marine life, especially dolphins.

  24. Tybee Creek Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The remoteness of the destinations you can paddle to via Tybee Creek seems impossible given this area’s proximity to thriving tourist destinations, but there is absolutely no one except fishermen that frequent Tybee Creek.

  25. Jarvis Creek Paddling

    Hilton Head

    Jarvis Creek lies on the north end of Hilton Head Island, and opens up into Harbor River. Jarvis Creek is one of the largest waterways that cuts into Hilton Head, meaning this is the route you want to paddle if you’re looking to go inshore.