Jeff Banowetz

Park City, Chicago, New York City, Santa Barbara, Knoxville, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Logan, Farmington, Tooele, Alamosa, Chattanooga, Athens, Nashville, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Lexington, Yosemite National Park, Denver, Heber Valley, International , Southwest Virginia

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  1. 6 Chicago Races to Celebrate the Holidays


    Don’t let the weather get you down. These holiday-themed Chicago races will raise your spirits and provide a welcome reason to get outside.

  2. Dog Sledding Park City

    Park City

    Want a different way to have fun in the snow? Take a dogsledding trip with some truly special animals.

  3. 5 Paved Chicago Trails to Stay Active in the Muddy Season


    Don't let the wet weather keep you inside. These paved Chicago trails allow you to keep running and cycling when other trails turn to mud.

  4. The 7 Best Places to Hit the Slopes Close to Chicago


    From a modest nearby beginner hill to big resorts in Wisconsin, these destinations offer the best places to hit the slopes close to Chicago.

  5. Snowmobiling - Park City

    Park City

    Sometimes you want a serene, quiet mountain experience. And sometimes you want an adrenaline rush. Snowmobiling offers the latter, as you can take these machines into the backcountry and really feel the power and speed they provide.

  6. Take Advantage of Winter Trails—and More—at Chicago's Morton Arboretum


    In the winter, the Morton Arboretum offers fewer crowds, scenic views, plowed roads for runners, and off-road trails for hikers and skiers.

  7. The Best Mountain Bike Trails in Santa Barbara for Adrenaline Junkies

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara may be best known for its beaches, but mountain bikers have just as much reason to visit. Just outside of town, you can explore some incredible trails in the Santa Ynez Mountain range and the Los Padres National Forest.

  8. Strange and Eerie Adventures in Near Knoxville


    From the supernatural to the clandestine, Knoxville has a wild side that you may not know about. Here'a quick guide to exploring some of the historic, otherworldly, and unusual sites in the city.

  9. Tips from Locals on How to Make the Most of Your Time in Alta

    Salt Lake City

    Located just outside of Salt Lake City in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta is world-renowned for its bountiful, fluffy powder and home to some of the state’s most iconic runs. Here's how to make the most of our time at this favorite of local skiers.

  10. 10 Reasons Why Santa Barbara is a Seriously Special Place for Outdoor Lovers

    Santa Barbara

    Tucked between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara features beaches, bluffs, hiking trails, and bike routes that make it an outstanding place for outdoor adventure.

  11. 9 Family-Friendly Outdoor Winter Adventures in Ogden


    Ogden, Utah, sits between the towering Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake, making it the perfect basecamp for family-friendly fun in the wintertime. Here are some of your best bets for enjoying the snowy wonderland.

  12. An Insider's Guide to Winter in Logan


    Logan, Utah, is a top outdoor destination any time of the year, but in the winter, you'll find endless options for skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cultural offerings. It's an incredibly scenic place to enjoy a fun-filled winter getaway.

  13. How to Have a Romantic Getaway in Davis County


    Located just north of Salt Lake City alongside the Great Salt Lake, Davis County, Utah, is known for its family entertainment. But it's also perfect for a quick romantic getaway, especially during the winter.

  14. The Top 10 Hikes in Logan, Utah..


    Located in the northern part of Utah near the Idaho border, Logan serves as a base of operations for some of the most scenic hiking in the region. Here are ten of the top trails to explore in the beautiful Cache Valley.

  15. How to Adventure on a Shoestring Budget

    You don't have to break the bank to have a grand old time in the outdoors. Here's your guide on how to adventure on a shoestring budget.

  16. The Top 10 Day Hikes in Tooele


    Tooele County, Utah, offers a wide variety of scenic options for hikers, including high peaks, canyons, and desert landscapes—often with few crowds.

  17. Shoulder Seasons at Great Sand Dunes National Park: Why You Should Visit in the Fall


    Home to the largest sand dunes in North America and 13,000-foot peaks, the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve offers incredible outdoor vistas just ripe for exploration—especially in the fall.

  18. Northerly Island


    This peninsula in Lake Michigan offers stunning views of the city and a unique winter landscape to enjoy snowshoeing and skiing.

  19. Chattanooga from Up in the Air


    Get a different view of Chattanooga by taking on skydiving, hot-air ballooning, hang gliding and ziplining.

  20. Tri Chattanooga


    Chattanooga has become one of the top triathlon cities in the country, hosting an Ironman and a world championship in 2017

  21. The Best Trail to Tavern Pairings in Chicago


    An insider's guide to five trail-to-tavern trips in the Chicago area that include a great hiking and unique, locally brewed beer.

  22. 5 Historical Hikes Around Chattanooga


    You'll find scenic overlooks, wooded trails, and cool creeks—plus gain knowledge of the area—with these historical hikes around Chattanooga.

  23. The Best Places to Paddle on the Tennessee River


    From downtown Chattanooga to the Tennessee River Gorge, you'll find plenty of scenic options to explore when paddling in the Scenic City.

  24. 4 Must-Visit Waterfalls on a Trip to Chattanooga


    There's just something about a waterfall that makes a hike special. These four great waterfall hikes near Chattanooga are sure to impress.

  25. 7 Family-Friendly Outdoor Adventures in Utah Olympic Park

    Park City

    With hiking trails, rope courses, ziplines, and an alpine slide, Utah Olympic Park is filled with options for families looking for some outdoor adventure.