Rob Glover

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

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  1. Mountain Island Lake - Flat Water Paddling

    Charlotte

    Kayak or SUP through quiet coves along the shoreline of Mountain Island Lake. The least developed of the big three Catawba River fed lakes in the area is home to fewer boats and lots of wildlife.

  2. North Mecklenburg Park - Mountain Biking

    Charlotte

    A fast, fun ride on the north side of town ideal for beginners to practice and experienced riders to pick up the pace.

  3. Renaissance - Mountain Biking

    Charlotte

    Close to the 485 loop, the 6 miles of single-track at Renaissance Park are the perfect after work quick trail fix.

  4. Riverwalk - Flatwater Kayak

    Charlotte

    The Catawba River section just below the Lake Wylie Dam flows mostly flat and smooth. Several put-ins along this stretch allow for multiple mileage paddles.

  5. Riverwalk - Running

    Charlotte

    Riverwalk is an amazing outdoor sports development in nearby Rock Hill, SC. The paved Piedmont Medical Center Trail follows a pretty section of the Catawba river for a pleasant way to get some in a quick run.

  6. Sherman Branch - Mountain Biking

    Charlotte

    Well-groomed single track making great use of the surrounding topography to create a fast flowing ride.

  7. The Booty Loop - Cycling

    Charlotte

    As the unofficial training ground near uptown, thousands of cyclists ride the 3-mile Booty Loop through the picturesque Myers Park Neighborhood.

  8. USNWC - Climbing

    Charlotte

    The outdoor climbing center at the USNWC holds 50 roped climbs on walls reaching up to 50 feet.

  9. USNWC - Mountain Biking

    Charlotte

    The varied and ever growing multi-use trail system at the U.S. National White Water Center is both a great place for advanced riders to get a workout and beginners to practice new single track skills.

  10. Behind the Scenes at Charlotte's Bold New Climbing Gym

    Charlotte

    Inner Peaks is set to open its second climbing gym in Charlotte, creating a massive, state-of-the-art space in the South End neighborhood.

  11. Avoiding Injuries is Easy (If You Take Matt Dobler's Advice)

    Charlotte

    OrthoCarolina's Matt Dobler suggests consistent exercise, a proper warm-up, and variety in your workouts will help with avoiding injuries.

  12. USNWC - Whitewater Kayaking

    Charlotte

    At the heart of the U.S. National Whitewater center is a two channel, man-made river. The class II through IV rapids are the local training ground for Olympic athletes and weekend warriors.

  13. Davidson College - Trail Running

    Charlotte

    A well marked system of cross country trails that loop around the backside of the beautiful Davidson College Campus. Located right downtown Davidson, the trails are convenient to plenty of post run refreshment opportunities.

  14. Kings Mountain State and National Military Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    Hiking and running a 16 Mile loop of forested rolling hills. Pass through land were a decisive civil war victory was won.

  15. Lake Norman State Park - Trail Running

    Charlotte

    The multi-purpose trails at Lake Norman State Park are some of the fastest flowing around Charlotte. Long stretches of shady single-track wind their way through a thick canapy of Carolina forest.

  16. Latta Plantation and Nature Preserve - Trail Running

    Charlotte

    A trail system of 16 miles weaves through a wooded peninsula on Mountain Island Lake. The gently graded single track and gravel road are well shaded and offer numerous peaks at the peaceful lake.

  17. McMullen Creek Greenway - Road Running

    Charlotte

    Running creekside and over wetlands for almost 6 miles, McMullen Creek is a pleasant place in South Charlotte for a long weekend run or after work jog.

  18. Morrow Mountain State Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    Hiking the once giant peaks of Morrow Mountain State park. While humbled, the weather warn mountains still offer great views of the surrounding piedmont

  19. Pilot Mountain State Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    Hiking at Pilot Mountain offers stunning views of the surrounding piedmont, Blue Ridge Mountains, and the distinctive mushroomed shaped pinnacle itself.

  20. Reedy Creek Park - Trail Running

    Charlotte

    For more than 10 miles the foot only trails at Reedy Creek pass through dense forests and around small lakes. For Trail runners, Reedy Creek offers a rare chance to run a single-track trail without mountain bikes.

  21. Rock Castle Gorge Trail - Hiking

    Charlotte

    A ten-mile loop trail along the Blue Ridge Parkway with stunning mountain views and a serene, creekside stroll.

  22. Crowders Mountain State Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    A great hike with fantastic views. The perfect getaway when the leaves start changing colors.

  23. South Mountain State Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    Waterfall watching and long trail hiking at South Mountain State Park

  24. Stone Mountain State Park - Hiking

    Asheville

    Hiking over the 600 foot granite peak and around the 200 foot waterfall are just a couple of the highlights at Stone Mountain State Park

  25. Exploring the Trails and Tastes of North Carolina’s Own Wine Country

    Charlotte

    North Carolina's wine country offers some of the best views for hikers in the state, plus world-class wineries for a post-hike celebration.