Rob Glover

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

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  1. Fishing Around Charlotte: Insider Tips from a Lifelong Enthusiast

    Charlotte

    What's a better way to ring in summer than with a fishing rod? Here, a lifelong enthusiast shares his tips for fishing around Charlotte.

  2. Charlotte Hosts East Coast Premiere of Ultra-Running Film, This is Your Day

    Charlotte

    The film This is Your Day tells the story of three ultra runners and their families as they prepare for the Western States 100-mile run.

  3. Landsford Canal State Park - Flat Water Kayak

    Charlotte

    Famous for harboring large stands of spider lilies in the spring, Landsford Canal is a beautiful paddle through historic sits and rocky shoals.

  4. Crowders Mountain State Park - Hiking King's Pinnacle

    Charlotte

    The hike to King's Pinnacle, one of two peaks at Crowders Mountain State Park, is steep at times. But expansive views from rock outcroppings make it worthwhile.

  5. Crowders Mountain State Park Ridgeline Trail - Trail Running

    Charlotte

    Roughly 10 miles of hilly, forested single track connecting the trail systems of Crowders Mountain and Kings Mountain State Parks – offering enough distance for even the hardiest trail trotter.

  6. Hanging Rock State Park - Hiking

    Charlotte

    Hanging Rock State Park is home to some of the most dramatic views in central Carolina. Several significant waterfalls are easily accessible with a short hike from the visitors center

  7. 5 TV and Movie Locations that Offer Outdoor Thrills Around Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Visit on-screen North Carolina for yourself at these TV and movie locations that offer real-life outdoor adventure.

  8. 6 Mountain Bike Trails Around Charlotte That Are Worth the Drive

    Charlotte

    Six super sweet singletrack trails that are just a short drive from the Queen City.

  9. 5 Best Beginner Hikes in Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Five unique hikes that will take you through groves of giant cypress, through dense hardwood forests, along the shores of glistening lakes, and to the top of an iconic Carolina peak—no experience required.

  10. How to Avoid Rock Climbing Injuries: Talking with OrthoCarolina’s Stacy Rumfelt

    Charlotte

    Stacy Rumfelt, a certified hand specialist for OrthoCarolina, offer tips for avoiding rock climbing injuries and her favorite area climbs.

  11. 8 Fantastic Cabins in South Carolina State Parks

    Charlotte

    From on-the-water escapes to cozy retreats in the mountains, these cabins in South Carolina state parks make exploring the outdoors easy.

  12. Smoky Mountain Exploration at Mt. Cammerer and Beyond

    Charlotte

    At just under 5,000 feet, Mt. Cammerer isn’t the highest peak in the Smokies, but it provides one of the most commanding views of the mountains and valleys that surround it.

  13. Dog Friendly Trails in Charlotte (Plus Pro Tips to Get You Started)

    Charlotte

    Add some four-legged fun to any run by bringing Fido along. Here, our picks for the best dog friendly trails in Charlotte, plus pro tips.

  14. Why Charlotte Cyclists Love the Winter Short Track Season

    Charlotte

    Charlotte’s Winter Short Track racing season offers cyclists a challenging course, a wide range of competition—and heart-pounding fun.

  15. Holiday Gift Guide for Charlotte-Area Adventures: Give Experiences, Not Things

    Charlotte

    To make the outdoor lover on your list really smile, check out our handy shopping guide full of excellent outdoor experiences near Charlotte, with something for adventurers of all stripes.

  16. Hemphill Bald Loop: 5 Reasons to Hike This Iconic Smokies Trail Now

    Charlotte

    Grassy balds, old-growth poplars, and fern-rich trails make this one of the Smokies' most iconic hikes. Here's how to do Hemphill Bald Loop.

  17. 3 Reasons You Should Keep Riding in Charlotte this Winter

    Charlotte

    You don't have to put your bike away for the winter. These group rides, races and classes make riding in Charlotte a yearlong activity.

  18. Hot Dam: The Lake Glenville and High Falls Dam Release

    Charlotte

    The High Falls dam release every summer draws paddlers from all over for the chance to run a normally un-runnable river. Here's what happens.

  19. The 4 Gnarliest Hikes Around Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Four must-do North Carolina treks for the hardiest of hikers.

  20. Crowders Mountain - Climbing

    Charlotte

    The climbing at Crowders Mountain State Park is widely regarded as some of the best in the Central Piedmont.

  21. Flatwater Paddling in Charlotte: Pro Tips for Getting on the Water This Spring

    Charlotte

    With temps warming and waterways flowing, now is prime time for flatwater paddling in Charlotte. Here, insider tips on getting started.

  22. Urban Exploration in the Queen City: Charlotte's Increasingly Awesome Trail Network

    Charlotte

    The trail network in Charlotte is exploding, offering locals and visitors new ways to explore the Queen City without a car.

  23. Adventures on Land and Water: An Adrenaline-Filled Day at the U.S. National Whitewater Center

    Charlotte

    It's not just about whitewater at the USNWC. Hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and even ziplining are all on tap—with the paddling, of course.

  24. What Type of Charlotte Runner Are You?

    Charlotte

    Whether you’ve just finished your first 5K or are planning your next 100-miler, the Charlotte area has a variety of solid training options for everyone.

  25. 4 Fantastic Waterfalls Within a 2-Hour Drive of Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Looking for a refreshing summer adventure? These 4 waterfalls are within an easy drive of Charlotte.