Jennifer Shamp

Atlanta, Hilton Head

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  1. Murphey Candler Park - Trail Running


    Murphey Candler Park offers an in-town combination of neighborhood hum, lake views, and wooded trails. Settled in between Dunwoody and Brookhaven, trail running at Murphey Candler Park is convenient for short to medium-distance runners looking for a loop.

  2. Leita Thompson Memorial Park - Trail Running


    Outside the perimeter on the way to the suburbs, Leita Thompson Memorial Park is ready to train you for all those hikes on the AT. While nature and peace are abound in this 100- plus acre park, looping this hilly trail a couple of times will challenge your inner peace and give you a thorough workout.

  3. Pine Mountain Trail – FDR State Park - Backpacking


    Pine Mountain is an anomaly in the relatively flat topography found south of Atlanta. At just over 1,300 feet, Pine Mountain is a rare puncture into the southern Georgia skyline. With little elevation gain across 23 miles, the Pine Mountain Trail (PMT) lends backpackers a relief from the continuous climbs of the southern Appalachians on this backcountry trail.

  4. A Lowcountry Backyard Restaurant

    Hilton Head

    A Lowcountry Backyard was born of owners Dave and Raina Peck’s memories of how Hilton Head Island used to be before it became more developed over the past half century.