Alexa Lampasona

Atlanta, Northwest Florida, Chattanooga, Asheville, Blue Ridge

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  1. St. Andrews State Park

    Northwest Florida

    With more than 1.5 miles of crystal white beaches, St. Andrews State Park is a premier spot for fishing and water sports.

  2. Anna Ruby Falls

    Atlanta

    A great spot for both novice and experienced hikers alike; the trail is short, but the twin waterfalls at the end provide breathtaking views that anyone will enjoy. It is very family friendly, with lots to do and see on a day trip.

  3. Johnson's Beach - Primitive Camping

    Northwest Florida

    Take the rare opportunity to camp on the sandy white beaches of Johnson’s Beach at Perdido Key.

  4. Azalea Park to Island Ford Park

    Atlanta

    Chattahoochee River Park is a great little park not far outside the city that is very family friendly, and great for flatwater paddling. This area is very picturesque and serene once you paddle away from the boat ramp. This is where the Atlanta Rowing Club meets. There is a playground and walking trails here too, making it a great place for a family outing. Rentals can be attained at the nearby Go With The Flow in Historic Downtown Roswell.

  5. Silver Comet Trail Running

    Atlanta

    The ever popular Silver Comet is a 61.5 mile paved trail that begins in Smyrna and extends all the way to the Georgia/Alabama line in Cedartown. The former rail line turned trail is wide, peaceful and well-maintained, complete with clean restroom facilities, drinking water and free parking at the trailhead. This flat stretch of pavement is particularly advantageous, as you can choose to run as long as you like. Due to the seclusion and lack of lighting, the buddy system is recommended for those early morning and evening runs.

  6. Vickery Creek Trail

    Atlanta

    An easy scenic hike in downtown Roswell with rolling terrain, low elevation and scenery such as the covered bridge, two historic mill ruins and the Big Creek spillway dam.

  7. Stone Mountain Park

    Atlanta

    Stone Mountain Park is where locals spend countless hours running, hiking, cycling, walking the dog or simply people watching. The 15 miles of trails at Stone Mountain Park are well traveled, making them suitable for smooth trail runs. If you hit these trails in the early morning, you'll have them all to yourself.

  8. Sweetwater Creek State Park

    Atlanta

    Rushing rapids, historic ruins, open fields of wildflowers and short rocky climbs make this hiking spot a retreat not far from downtown Atlanta.

  9. Arkaquah Trail to Brasstown Bald

    Atlanta

    Amp up your heart rate with a steep climb on the Arkaquah trail, then follow the ridgelines to summit Georgia’s highest peak- Brasstown Bald on this 11.5-mile out and back trail.

  10. Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail

    Atlanta

    Just steps from Piedmont Park, the paved Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail is a mecca for walkers, runners and cyclists. The trail is a total of 2.25 miles and takes you through Midtown, Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward.

  11. Morningside Nature Preserve

    Atlanta

    This 30-acre park offers trail running and hiking in an urban oasis, with packed trails and creek crossings.

  12. Big Creek Greenway - Cycling

    Atlanta

    A leisurely bike ride along the Big Creek Greenway makes for traffic-free cycling on a relatively flat paved trail that runs alongside the Big Creek.

  13. Big Creek Greenway - Road Running

    Atlanta

    A long run along the Big Creek Greenway makes for traffic-free running on a relatively flat paved trail that travels alongside the Big Creek.

  14. Island Ford Park

    Atlanta

    A 5.5 mile hike leads you alongside the Chattahoochee River and through its sloping forested banks.

  15. Piedmont Park

    Atlanta

    Piedmont Park is Atlanta’s iconic park. It is recognized by locals and visitors as one of the city’s treasures. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy activities ranging from road running to track work to swimming, and many other outdoor recreation activities.

  16. Bartram Trail (South) - Backpacking

    Atlanta

    Take a weekend backpacking trip to the Southern section of the Bartram Trail. This 27-mile trail is only 20 miles from Augusta and a majority of the hike borders the J. Strom Thurmond Lake. You’re in for a secluded and flat hike through lush pine forests.

  17. Woody Gap to Neel's Gap - Hiking

    Atlanta

    Spend the day hiking 10.6 miles from Woody Gap to Neel’s Gap on the Appalachian Trail. You’ll encounter AT thru-hikers, minimal elevation and beautiful vistas on Preacher’s Rock and Blood Mountain.

  18. Cooper Gap to Woody Gap - Appalachian Trail

    Atlanta

    Cooper Gap to Woody Gap is an 8.3 mile portion of the Appalachian Trail. The hike dips and rises over gaps and ridgelines within the first 20 miles of the AT, where you'll see scenic vistas and sprawling forests.

  19. Olmstead Linear Park

    Atlanta

    A rolling run through Olmstead Linear Park leads you on a smooth, paved path from Midtown toward Decatur. You’ll run across oak-filled meadows and over modest grassy knolls for a four-mile run.

  20. Len Foote Hike Inn Trail

    Atlanta

    Meander on the 5.5-mile hike to Len Foote Hike Inn, a lodge in Amicalola Falls State Park accessible only by trail. The hike offers mild climbs and revealing vistas that showcase the Chattahoochee National Forest.

  21. Appalachian Trail: Nantahala Outdoor Center to Tellico Gap

    Chattanooga

    From Nantahala Outdoor Center to Tellico Gap and back, you cover 16 miles with nearly 5,000 feet of elevation gain. You’re rewarded with a stunning panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains when you reach the Wesser Bald fire tower.

  22. 10 Events to Add to Your Atlanta Bucket List

    Atlanta

    Here are 10 events to add to your Atlanta bucket list in 2015—everything from SUP races to one of the largest running events in the world.

  23. 10 Mile Markers Where You Can Cheer on Georgia Marathon Runners

    Atlanta

    Here are ten great spots to watch the runners at the upcoming Georgia Marathon and enjoy brunch and a coffee near the course.

  24. 3 Adventures to Pair With Helen's Oktoberfest

    Atlanta

    Helen, Georgia's Oktoberfest is a fun, festive time -- but don't forget the adventures! Here are 3 places to run, bike and paddle before the brew!

  25. 20 Outdoor Adventures to Knock Off Your Atlanta Bucket List in 2016

    Atlanta

    From waterfalls and 4,000-foot peaks to urban parks close to home, these adventures around Atlanta are great additions to any bucket list.