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. Temperance Beer Company

    Chicago

    Temperance Beer Company, Evanston's first craft brewery, offers refillable 64-ounce growlers.

  2. Deer Grove Forest Preserve

    Chicago

    The 1,800-acre Deer Grove is the oldest forest preserve in Cook County offering nearly 10-miles of trails to hike.

  3. Kettle Moraine State Forest

    Chicago

    The Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, about 37 miles southeast of Milwaukee, contains more than 22,000 acres in southern Wisconsin.

  4. Starved Rock State Park

    Chicago

    Starved Rock State Park features 18 canyons formed by ancient melting glaciers.

  5. Uncle Dan's

    Chicago

    Uncle Dan's outdoor store is committed to getting people outside to enjoy nature around Chicago.

  6. Morton Arboretum Offers Trees, Hills and Trails—Plus The Best Fall Colors in the Chicago Area

    Chicago

    The fall is the best time to visit the Morton Arboretum, which features fantastic hiking trails and paved roads for running and cycling.

  7. Bangers and Lace

    Chicago

    Banger and Lace offers craft beer and home-made sausage that bring in crowds of customers

  8. The Lowdown on Winter Fat Biking in Chicago

    Chicago

    More and more Chicago cyclists are discovering that fat biking is a fun way to ride outside through the snow—and all year round.

  9. 10 Ways to Enjoy the Blizzard in Chicago

    Chicago

    The snow in Chicago has finally fallen. Here are ten of the best ways to enjoy the fifth largest blizzard in Chicago history.

  10. Taking the Plunge for Special Olympics

    Chicago

    The Chicago Polar Plunge, made popular by The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon last year, dares people to take on a frigid Lake Michigan on March 1, 2015.

  11. Love on the Run: Chicago's Best Valentine's Day Themed Runs

    Chicago

    Lot’s of holidays have become staples on the running calendar in recent years. Here are the best Valentine's Day themed runs happening in Chicago this year.

  12. 5 Winter Sports You Wouldn't Expect to Find in the Midwest

    The Midwest is well known for its intense winters, but perhaps less well known for these intense winter sports.

  13. 5 of Chicago's Best Beginner Snowshoe Spots

    Chicago

    Snowshoeing is a wonderful way to get outdoors during the winter, and Chicago is loaded with places where beginners can learn to snowshoe.

  14. Take the Stairs in the Windy City

    Chicago

    Exercising in Chicago during the winter months is miserable. Enter urban stair climbing, the new way to stay fit even when the weather outside is beyond frightful.

  15. Best Spots for Newbie Cross-Country Skiers in Illinois

    Chicago

    For an area that features snowy winters, there are surprisingly few newbie cross-country skiers in Illinois. But here are two places where you can go to learn.

  16. The 8 Best Hikes in Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    When it comes to combining the mountains and the sea, it’s tough to think of a better place in the country for hiking than Santa Barbara, California. See for yourself with these eight hikes that range from challenging climbs to easy walks.

  17. Four Races to Ring in the New Year in Chicago

    Chicago

    It may be January in Chicago, but that doesn't mean you can't start 2015 off right with these four races to ring in the New Year in Chicago.

  18. Five Places to Get Your Climbing Fix in Chicago

    Chicago

    Illinois is the second flattest state in the country, but that doesn't mean you can't get your climbing fix within city limits.

  19. Trotting on Thanksgiving in Chicago

    Chicago

    Some of the best Chicago-area turkey trots to get your Thanksgiving off to a good start.

  20. Four Chicago Mountain Bike Destinations to Fall in Love With

    Chicago

    These four mountain bike trail systems in the Chicago area offer great fall off-road riding close to home.

  21. Q&A with Ultra Runner Scott Kummer

    Chicago

    We sat down with Chicago area runner Scott Kummer to answer a few questions about his running journey from drug addict to 100-miler.

  22. Q&A with Ultra Runner Amanda Tichacek

    Chicago

    We sat down with Chicago runner Amanda Tichacek to talk about what keeps her moving and some of her favorite aspects about the sport she's devoted her life to.

  23. Scott Kummer: An Unlikely Ultrarunner

    Chicago

    Scott Kummer has racked up an impression ultrarunning resume, all while training in the Chicago area.

  24. Amanda Tichacek: Running in the Heartland

    Chicago

    Amanda Tichacek is a runner who has found roots in Chicago -- not to mention an incredible network of trails perfect for ultra-running.

  25. Epic John Muir Trail Run Movie Opens Sept. 25 in Chicago

    Chicago

    Hal Koerner & MIke Wolfe embark on an epic trail run while trying to set a new speed record on the John Muir Trail in California.