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    There are hundreds of miles of trails to explore in and around Charlotte.

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  5. Insider’s Guide to Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument

    Tucked in a remote corner of Maine’s deep north woods, the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument defines the ruggedness of the northeast, offering visitors 87,000 acres of steep, densely-wooded mountains.

  6. 48 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable Weekend in Chattanooga

    A weekend excursion through the serene, friendly city of Chattanooga and its outer reaches puts you in touch with the natural wonders of Appalachia.

  7. 48 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable Weekend in Knoxville

    Once a deeply divided Civil War city, modern day Knoxville is a city coming into its own identity with a growing arts and restaurant scene.

  8. Insider's Guide to Camping in the Smokies

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a revered place for campers to test their mettle while surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty.

  9. Baker Creek Preserve: One of Knoxville's Best MTB Secrets

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

  10. Everything You Need to Know About Hiking to the Tallest Point in Death Valley National Park

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  11. 10 Best Hiking Trails in Maine

    Explore Maine's best wilderness hiking, from the mile-high summit of Mount Katahdin to secret coastal blueberry fields.

  12. Exploring Colorado's Political Peaks

    The mountains of Colorado have a rich political heritage, including Republican and Democrat Mountains as well as Bald Eagle Mountain and Whitehouse Mountain.

  13. 4 Days Paddling and Camping on the Sacramento River

    The story of four friends paddling, camping, and fishing on one of the last wild stretches the Sacramento River has to offer.

  14. An Intro to Camping in Alabama: What To Know and Where To Go

    During the fall, camping in Alabama is simply sublime. Here, all the intel you need for a weekend in the woods.

  15. The 10 Best Hikes in Yellowstone National Park

    From epic multi-day excursions to easy, iconic day hikes, here is a rundown of some of the very best hikes in Yellowstone National Park.

  16. Visit Lake Tahoe in Fall: Best Hikes to Soak Up the Colors

    Winter at Tahoe's ski resorts may steal the seasonal spotlight, but visiting Lake Tahoe in fall means hiking amidst a riot of color. Here, a few of our favorites.

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

    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?

  18. 10 Best U.S. Cities for Fall Travel

    From cozy New England hideaways to long cross-country drives, fall foliage will soon be in full swing. Celebrate the change in seasons with a trip to one of these ten cities, whose fall colors outshine all the rest.

  19. 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.

  20. What makes the Gauley River’s Pillow Rock Rapid “The Best 10 Seconds in American Whitewater?”

    We were floating in a calm pool above Pillow Rock Rapid, one of the Gauley’s famed Big 5. Pillow Rock is the big dog, making it the wildest ride on one of the biggest whitewater rafting stages on Earth.

  21. Your Guide to New River Gorge SUP Race

    Grab a board and hit the waves— in a land-locked state. West Virginia’s lakes and rapids are perfect for the nation’s trendiest watersport: stand-up paddleboarding, which has its roots in surfing.

  22. Scuba Diving in a Landlocked State

    Landlocked states don’t have a reputation for diving. But one local wasn’t going to let that stop her from chasing her passion.

  23. Explore Hatfield & McCoy Lore and Country on the Water

    There’s a new way to explore America’s best-known family feud. We’re talking, of course, about the Hatfields and the McCoys.

  24. The Best Climbing for Kiddos in WV

    It’s not just physical exercise. The sport will also require your kids to use their brain power to figure out the best way up the wall. Lucky for you, West Virginia is home to a variety of well-known climbing camps and clinics for children.

  25. 6 Waterfalls You Can Paddle Over

    West Virginia is known for its mountains and world-class whitewater rivers, and when that wild water tumbles over those hills, hold on for one heck of a ride!

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