Rob Glover

Charlotte, Asheville, Minneapolis, Hilton Head, Carrboro

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  1. 4 Ways for Outdoor Lovers to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Charlotte

    Charlotte

    How to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Charlotte in a less traditional way, for those looking for some outdoor fun.

  2. 3 Charlotte Trails Steeped in American History

    Charlotte

    These three hiking destinations offer outdoor enthusiasts a great network of historic trails steeped in Charlotte and early American history.

  3. The Best Way to Explore the Night Sky in Charlotte

    Charlotte

    The Charlotte Amateur Astronomy Club helps beginners explore the night sky—and offers suggestions on the best places to view the stars.

  4. Charlotte's Tuesday Night Cycling Tradition

    Charlotte

    Charlotte's Tuesday night cycling tradition is much more than just a few enthusiastic cyclists meeting each week for a group ride. It's a growing community of committed individuals changing the Charlotte cycling scene.

  5. Q&A with Ultra Runner Phyllis Tsang

    Charlotte

    We sat down with Charlotte runner Phyllis Tsang to talk about her running career, what keeps her moving and why she loves the sport.

  6. OrthoCarolina's Aaron Hewitt: Small Steps to Big Life Changes

    Charlotte

    OrthoCarolina's Aaron Hewitt shares his journey from out of shape to a constant presence in Charlotte's active circles.

  7. 8 Awesome Outdoor Events in Gaston County This Summer

    Charlotte

    No matter if your predilection is for paddling, you’re geared for cycling, or a trail run’s your thing, there's an outdoor event in Gaston County to suit your taste.

  8. A Bit of Hope Ranch: How Horses and Nature Are Helping Troubled Kids in Gaston County

    Charlotte

    Surrounded by open pastures and shady groves, Gaston County's A Bit of Hope Ranch helps kids in distress with an experiential treatment option in a gorgeous setting.

  9. Tom Hurd: Community, Endurance, Adventure

    Charlotte

    Tom Hurd has had a long journey from El Salvador to the USA, and running has given him a reason to keep moving.

  10. Winter Hiking to the Top of Virginia

    Charlotte

    Grayson Highlands and Mount Rogers are known for wild ponies, sweeping views, and unpredictable weather. Winter hiking here can be quite the adventure.

  11. What is the Cross Charlotte Trail?

    Charlotte

    In July 2013, USA Today ran a story listing the best urban trails in the U.S. While describing what made an urban trail great, the news outlet said each trail should: Be important commuting arteries – connecting commuters to ke...

  12. 8 Charlotte Area Events to Help Keep Your Resolve

    Charlotte

    Here are 8 Charlotte area events happening at the beginning of 2015 that will help you keep your New Year's resolve and support good causes at the same time.

  13. Fire and Rebirth: Hiking the "Grand Canyon" of North Carolina

    Charlotte

    Linville Gorge, known to many as the "Grand Canyon" of North Carolina, experienced a forest fire in 2013, which has dramatically altered the landscape, but the forest is now starting to return.

  14. Spinning Yarns and Casting Lines: The Lowdown on Fishing in Gaston County

    Charlotte

    From who to talk shop with, to where to shop, to how to actually cast a line, here's the lowdown on everything fishing in Gaston County.

  15. Fuel for Adventure: The Best Food and Trail Parings in Gaston County

    Charlotte

    Simply put, southern food and singletrack just go together well. Here are 5 food and trail pairings in Gaston County to get you started on your culinary adventure tour.

  16. Where to Go (and What to Do) with Your Kids in Gaston County

    Charlotte

    From botanical gardens, to gorgeous state parks, here's the ultimate guide on what to do (and where to go) with your kids in Gaston County.

  17. Exploring Morrow Mountain State Park by Land and Water

    Charlotte

    Morrow Mountain State Park not only provides a surprising list of activities—it's just a 40-minute drive from the eastern side of Charlotte.

  18. Keeping Active in the Offseason in Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Whether it's battling the elements or heading to the climbing gym, keeping active in the offseason in Charlotte is easy to do.

  19. A Hike, a Pint, and a Slice: Touring the Montreat Natural Area

    Charlotte

    Montreat Natural Area is home to excellent hiking and camping in the NC mountains, as well as some delicious pizza and beer, perfect for post hike.

  20. Four Unique Coffee Shops Around Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Here are four excellent coffee shops around Charlotte that are perfect for stopping in before or after hitting the trail.

  21. The Uhwarrie Mountains: A Mountain Adventure in Eastern N.C.

    Charlotte

    Just an hour away from Charlotte, the Uhwarrie Mountains provide an outdoor playground for hiking, cycling, paddling, and camping.

  22. Holiday Races in Charlotte

    Charlotte

    One of the greatest things about this time of year in the Queen City is the long list of holiday themed races in Charlotte.

  23. What it Was, Was Cyclo-Cross

    Charlotte

    Cyclo-cross has been a popular event in Europe for the better part of a century, and now it's making a name for itself stateside. North Carolina in particular is home to an amazing race series.

  24. Robin Farina: Champion Women's Road Cyclist

    Charlotte

    Earning the top prize in US Road Cycling was the result of a lifelong competitive spirit where nothing was deemed impossible.

  25. Trails and Cocktails Around North Carolina

    Charlotte

    Wine-themed weekends, brewery trails, and even distillery tours continue to grow in both quantity and quality across the state of North Carolina.