Alexa Lampasona

Atlanta, Northwest Florida, Chattanooga, Asheville, Blue Ridge

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  1. 4 Hikes Under the December Full Moon

    Atlanta

    The last full moon of 2014 takes place on December 6th. Enjoy one (or all four) of these moonlight hikes in North Georgia.

  2. 4 Reasons Why You Need to Explore the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area

    Atlanta

    Just minutes from downtown Atlanta, the massive Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area offers unrivaled trails and spectacular views.

  3. 5 Georgia State Parks That Offer Yurt Camping

    Atlanta

    A yurt is a great middle ground between tent camping and a cabin. Lucky for Georgian residents, there are five state parks that offer yurt rentals, with more on the way.

  4. 6 Atlanta Spring Races You Can’t Miss

    Atlanta

    Put your training to the test at these 7 Atlanta spring races that draw rave reviews from athletes all around the Southeast.

  5. 5 Spectacular Paddling Trips South of Atlanta This Fall

    Atlanta

    You'll find wide rivers, towering cypress and biological diversity—but no bugs—on these paddling trips through south Georgia this fall.

  6. 7 Holiday Group Runs and Rides in Atlanta

    Atlanta

    Atlanta's running and cycling groups are hosting holiday parties in conjunction with their weekly group runs and rides.

  7. 7 Outdoor Dates to Enjoy Around Atlanta This Fall

    Atlanta

    Want to impress a date? Try stand-up paddleboarding, navigating a corn maze or combining hiking and wine tasting with these outdoor dates.

  8. An Outdoor Guide to Augusta, Georgia

    Atlanta

    Augusta may be home to the Ironman 70.3, but it also offers plenty of opportunities for running, mountain biking, paddling and hiking.

  9. A Weekend Guide to the Gold Mine Trail Town of Dahlonega, GA

    Atlanta

    Once the site of gold mining operations, Dahlonega, GA is now a vibrant Appalachian Trail town offering long hikes, sweeping views, and great local food.

  10. Atlanta's Far from Faraway Breweries

    Atlanta

    Lucky for Atlanta outdoor enthusiasts, the suburban sprawl means that we can have our green space and our breweries too.

  11. Escape the Cityscape

    Atlanta

    If you're new to camping and looking to escape the city of Atlanta, here are some Inside TIps on how to get started, courtesy of RootsRated.

  12. Escape Your Desk With These 6 Lunchtime Hikes in Atlanta

    Atlanta

    Explore the city's neighborhoods with these lunchtime hikes in Atlanta, including wide-open Piedmont Park and Blackburn's tree-lined trails.

  13. Find Thrills Riding in Circles at Atlanta’s Dick Lane Velodrome

    Atlanta

    Riding a bike with no gears or brakes on a 36-degree banked concrete track can be fun for riders and spectators at the Dick Lane Velodrome.

  14. Forsyth Farmers Market

    Forsyth Farmers Market is Savannah's premier Saturday morning market celebrating local food.

  15. Float the Boat: Bouldering’s Biggest Day in Atlanta

    Atlanta

    Atlanta's annual Float the Boat bouldering competition is one of the oldest (and best) climbing comps in the country.

  16. Georgia Rider Finds Success—and Fun—in Cyclocross

    Atlanta

    A native of Cuba, Frank Travieso had a monster 2015 cyclocross season. He's now preparing for the upcoming elite national championships.

  17. Georgia’s Sapelo Island is a Hidden Gem for Outdoor Adventure

    Atlanta

    Accessible only by ferry, Sapelo Island offers beach camping, hiking trails, and phenomenal kayaking to go with plenty of history and charm.

  18. Javier De Jesus: Birth of an Ultrarunner

    Atlanta

    Javier De Jesus is profiled by Roots Rated and New Balance as he talks about his love of running in Atlanta and the thrill of the ultra distance racing.

  19. How to Train in Georgia for the Western States Endurance Run

    Atlanta

    Looking for some tough trail running in Georgia? Local runners training for the Western States Endurance Run offer their favorite trails.

  20. Meet Atlanta’s Biggest Running Nerd, Tes Sobo

    Atlanta

    Tess Sobo, a fixture in Atlanta’s running community and founder of runningnerd nation, helps others discover the joy of running.

  21. Join the Standup Paddling Community

    Atlanta

    The Standup paddling scene has exploded across the country, and Atlanta is no different. RootsRated brings you tips on how to get in on the action.

  22. Appalachian Trail- Siler Bald Hiking

    Atlanta

    A moderate 2-mile hike climbs to the summit of Siler Bald. The view is almost 360 degrees, and you’ll catch sight of several other notable peaks like Standing Indian and Brasstown Bald.

  23. Arabia Mountain PATH - Cycling

    Atlanta

    The Arabia Mountain PATH features road cycling without traffic on a two lane trail system through Rockdale County that connects Panola Mountain State Park to Arabia Mountain.

  24. Garrand Landing to Riverside Park- Paddling

    Atlanta

    A scenic 8-mile paddle takes you past beautiful riverside mansions on a wide, gentle section of the Chattahoochee River.

  25. Sope Creek Trail- Mountain Biking

    Atlanta

    Sope Creek has a network of single track trails that are great to build fitness and skills for any rider wishing to get better at technical sections and climbs.