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  1. Think You Could Paddle the Longest Canoe Trail in the Northeast?

    Burlington

    Paddling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail end-to-end means navigating twenty-two rivers, fifty-eight lakes, and over a dozen watersheds, ducking into Canada and traversing wide swaths of backcountry. Think you could do it?

  2. How to Make Your Life Adventure Ready

    It's not always easy, but if you use these simple, tested techniques to keep your life adventure prepped, you'll be able to get out the door (and into the backcountry) with minimal fuss.

  3. Working on the Night Moves: What to Do Come Nightfall at These 8 Resorts

    There's still plenty of excitement at these ski resorts when the sun sets—here are eight resorts known for not-to-miss nighttime activities.

  4. A 30-Mile Hike to 360-Degree Views at the Shuckstack Fire Tower

    Knoxville

    A strenuous hike through the Smoky Mountains offers panoramic views and seclusion in the most visited national park in the country.

  5. The Differences Between Skiing in France and the USA (and Why France Might Be a Better Choice)

    International

    More vertical, huge mountains, cheaper lift tickets, and a uniquely European ski culture make a trip to France a must-do for snow-loving Americans.

  6. 4 Great Ways to Get a Winter Workout in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    There are tons of activities in Knoxville, both indoor and outdoor, to keep you active and healthy during the winter months. Here, a few can't-miss picks.

  7. Baker Creek Preserve: One of Knoxville's Best MTB Trails

    Knoxville

    Newest addition to Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness offers something different for the whole family, on bike or on foot.

  8. 8 Reasons Why You Should Strongly Consider Making France Your Next Ski Vacation

    International

    Towering peaks, seemingly endless terrain, amazing food, and surprisingly affordable lift tickets are just of the reasons to travel to France for your next ski trip.

  9. 6 Winter Getaways Within an Easy Drive of Knoxville

    Knoxville

    Weekend escapes are a great way to deal with the dull of winter. Here, six great trips within an easy drive of Knoxville.

  10. 10 New Year's Resolutions for Adventure Newbies in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    Looking to get into the outdoors more during the new year? Here, 10 inspiring resolutions for newbie adventurers to explore around Knoxville.

  11. Where, Why, and How to Embrace Learn to Ski Month This January

    Take the opportunity to learn to ski this January as resorts offer some incredible programs to help you get started skiing or snowboarding. You won't be sorry.

  12. 6 Ways to Get Outdoors During a Football Weekend in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    Neyland Stadium isn’t the only attraction worth seeing on a gameday weekend in Knoxville.

  13. An Introduction to Ijams Nature Center in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    Quite possibly the crown jewel of Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, Ijams Nature Center is a popular destination among local outdoor enthusiasts looking to hit the hiking trails, bike paths, or swimming hole without even leaving the city.

  14. The 11 Best Beginner-Friendly Ski Runs in Colorado

    Good green runs are more than just obviously geared toward beginners. They provides natural, effortless flows, expansive breadths and incredible views along the way. Here are 11 of the best in Colorado.

  15. Beat the Blues: 11 Inspiring Intermediate Ski Runs in Colorado

    Everyone loves a swooping blue trail that provides the ultimate adrenaline rush for beginners or makes any average skier feel like a boss. Here are 11 blue runs in Colorado not to be missed.

  16. Find Your Footing Along Sharp’s Ridge in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    This spot in north Knoxville is known for its mountain biking prowess, but has some hidden surprises for casual hikers and trail runners, including some of the best views around.

  17. A Weekend in the Wild at Slickrock Creek

    Knoxville

    Remote, challenging, and worth the effort—take a day or two to experience solitude in the Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness.

  18. Bikes and Brews: A Guide to North Knoxville's Growing Brewery Scene

    Knoxville

    Hop on a bike and discover Knoxville’s craft beer epicenter.

  19. Doing Good in the Outdoors: 5 Great Ways to Volunteer in Knoxville

    Knoxville

    The holiday season is prime time to give back. Here, five great ways to volunteers in Knoxville.

  20. Creature Comforts on the Slopes: How to Stay Warm and Happy During Your Next Western Ski Vacation

    Traveling out west from a warm-weather climate for a ski trip? Here are the basics of what you should be packing to ensure a safe and enjoyable time on the mountain.

  21. Connecting the Dots to Knoxville’s Downtown Greenways

    Knoxville

    Knoxville is a city with a surprising number of things to do, and one of the best ways to get around is by jumping on the extensive greenway system.

  22. How to Spend 5 Days in Breckenridge (and Why it Should Be Your Next Winter Vacation)

    Breckenridge

    A five-day getaway to Breckenridge has everything you could want in a ski vacation.

  23. 5 Must-Do Family-Friendly Adventures in Keystone

    Keystone

    Keystone Resort is filled with family-friendly activities to ensure that everyone has plenty to smile about during a winter getaway.

  24. A Complete Guide to the Best Après-Ski Spots in Colorado

    The day doesn't end when the sun goes down on the slopes of Colorado. Enjoy the nightlife a these top sports for après ski excitement.

  25. 6 Great Outdoor Date Ideas Around Knoxville

    Knoxville

    Looking for a fun date that goes beyond the norm? Here, six date ideas around Knoxville that promise great fun in the great outdoors.