Rob Glover

Charlotte, Asheville, Shenandoah National Park, Carrboro, Hilton Head, Southwest Virginia, Jones Gap State Park, Minneapolis

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  1. OrthoCarolina's Darren Harris: Hiking is a Family Affair


    Darren Harris and his family love exploring new trails, especially near their home in Hickory, North Carolina.

  2. 48 hours of adventure in Columbia


    There is a playful soul in Columbia that might surprise first-time visitors.

  3. Trail Running Tips from Charlotte's Experts


    Three of Charlotte's top trail running experts offer trail running tips for runners who want to experience the joy of going off-road.

  4. 5 Unconventional Races Happening in Charlotte This Summer


    Hit the snooze button, and opt for these slightly unconventional races happening in Charlotte this summer.

  5. 5 Spookiest Outdoor Spots Around Charlotte


    A list of haunting trails that are perfect for Halloween exploration.

  6. The Blue Wall: South Carolina's Waterfall Wonderland

    Jones Gap State Park

    South Carolina's Blue Wall Preserve is an underrated gem full of waterfalls, swimming holes, hiking trails, and backcountry campsites.

  7. A Conversation with Carolina’s Climbing 'Crag Mama'


    Erica Lineberry is a climber, guidebook author, blogger, and mother. Here, she offers her thoughts on climbing in the Carolinas.

  8. Charlotte's Crank Mafia Gets People Cycling


    The Crank Mafia cycling club works to get more people biking in Charlotte and creating better urban resources for riding.

  9. 4 Reasons to Hike Linville Gorge in Winter


    The gorge, the big ditch, the Grand Canyon of North Carolina. Whatever you call it, the trails at Linville Gorge are among the most unapologetically rugged in North Carolina.

  10. A Beginner's Guide to Fly Fishing in Charlotte


    Interested in trying fly fishing in Charlotte? Here's what you need to know to get started on the right foot and enjoy the sport.

  11. Exploring the Rocky Knob Recreation Area


    The Rocky Knob Recreational Area features scenic hiking and camping, plus great dining and music options just off the Blue Ridge Parkway.

  12. 5 Family-Friendly Summer Adventures in Charlotte


    Here are five outdoor-themed family-friendly adventures around Charlotte perfect for squeezing that last bit of magic out of summer.

  13. Conquer the 6 Best Ultra Runs for First-Timers in the Carolinas


    For runners looking to go farther than a marathon, these ultra runs offer the perfect mix of challenge and support to get you to the finish.

  14. 6 Pairings of Ice Cream and Outdoor Adventure Around Charlotte


    These 6 pairings of outdoor activities with the best Charlotte ice cream shops give you plenty of incentive to enjoy a day on the trails.

  15. Charlotte Breweries Raise the Bar on Fitness


    Charlotte breweries have become a welcome place for yoga classes, fun runs and bike rides to meet and enjoy a post-workout drink.

  16. Charlotte’s Dirt Divas Bring More Women to Mountain Biking


    The Dirt Divas in Charlotte, North Carolina, have helped women of all backgrounds take up the sport of mountain biking.

  17. Troubled Waters: Protecting Charlotte's Most Endangered Resource


    The Catawba-Wateree River is an amazing resource. It’s the main source of water for some 2 million people, and it creates around 8,900 megawatts of electricity. But it's in serious trouble.

  18. 5 Reasons to Stay in Gaston County on Your Next Charlotte Business Trip


    For frequent business travelers, keeping a healthy routine is difficult, to say the least. Separation from familiar running routes, biking trails, and athletic facilities makes the thought of grabbing an after-work jog a bit daunting.

  19. Trolly Trail - Road Running


    This concrete and asphalt “rails-with-trails” path leads runners for over three miles from the center of uptown Charlotte to South End, passing plenty of restaurants and breweries on the way.

  20. Uwharrie National Forest - Trail Running


    A super long stretch of single-track in a large national forest that makes getting away from it all very easy. Sometimes rugged, sometimes smooth, the trails at Uwharrie provide plenty of opportunity to miles of varied training.

  21. 4 Outdoor Apps to Enhance Your Outdoor Time in Charlotte


    Sure, escaping technology is part of the outdoor appeal, but these 4 outdoor apps can help you learn more and appreciate your outside time.

  22. Wide-Open South Dakota Inspires Endless Outdoor Adventure


    With other-worldly landscapes and breath-taking trails, a trip to South Dakota offers a lot more than Mt. Rushmore for outdoor enthusiasts.

  23. Gorges State Park


    Often passed over in lieu of it’s more well known iconic neighbors, the relatively new Gorges State Park offers a seclusion not easily found in those popular parks. This moderate, two night backpack trip leads hikers through a dense and varied temperate rain forest – crowded only with hemlock, rhododendron, and groves of trees.

  24. Lake Jocassee


    The lake front campground at Devils Fork State Park is the perfect launching pad for explorations of Lake Jocassee and the waterfall-laden blue ridge escarpment that defines the northwestern section of South Carolina.

  25. Trails and Cocktails in Gaston County, N.C.


    Pair locally created wine, beer, and rum with amazing outdoor activities on a trip to scenic Gaston County, N.C.