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  1. Historic Trails & Hidden Meadows

    The historic trails and hidden mountains of Colorado Springs' Cheyenne Mountain are certainly worth exploring and after years of hard work, now they can be.

  2. 4 Places to Watch Fireworks on the 4th

    The Fourth of July calls for fireworks, and luckily, Seattle has plenty of great viewing destinations, so that you can really feel patriotic.

  3. Want to Win a World Record in Portland?

    Portland is known for a lot of things, including having the world record for largest tree hug. On July 20th, they'll be trying to best it.

  4. Outside Yoga in Charleston

    Charleston's heat and humidity essentially offers a natural hot yoga studio, meaning hot yoga can be outside yoga! outdoors.

  5. McCullough Gulch Trail

    McCullough Gulch Trail is a 2.8 mile out and back trail. It is beautiful and is surrounded by tall pines and trickling waterfalls.

  6. Minneapolis Underwater

    Minneapolis has, for the most part, grown used to Mother Nature and her constant curve balls, but recent summer rains have flooded many favorite local trails.

  7. Root For Your Country

    "From sea to shining sea," to all the mountains, rivers, & streams in between, this cou...

  8. Randy Whorton

    Randy Whorton has made a career and a life out of trail running. Born in Colorado & raised with adventure, it's no surprise that he re-shaped the Chattanooga outdoor scene.

  9. 5 Best Hikes for Someone Relocating to Colorado

    Colorado has it all. It's no wonder that so many people move here from all over the country, and the list of hiking trails awaiting them is long.

  10. Bay Area Track Club: Founded By Elites, Open to All

    The Bay Area Track Club is much more than just a running club; it has fostered a fun environment for people from all walks of life.

  11. Western North Carolina’s First Family of Adventure

    In 1971, when most Americans thought of outdoor adventure, they thought of Yellowstone National Park, not the rivers of the southeast. But..

  12. Portland Beer Walks

    Portland Beer Walks are a new way for Portlanders to combine two of their favorite things: hiking in Forest Park and drinking local brews.

  13. 10 Triathlon Tips

    Triathlon season is in full swing. With a number of great races coming up around Birmingham, including the beginner-friendly Buster Britton T ...

  14. Boom Town

    Charlotte's uptown is normally where most people go to watch fireworks for the 4th of July, but there are 5 places that are better....

  15. 6 Beautiful Paddleboard Destinations in Chattanooga

    Chattanooga is home to some excellent flat water paddleboarding opportunities, and here are 6 that will suit whatever fancy you're feeling.

  16. Ultra-Endurance in Santa Barbara

    In the last two years, endurance mountain biking races in Santa Barbara have skyrocketed, no thanks in part due to Robert Gilcrest.

  17. Where to Take your Dog in Chattanooga

    With its many trails, parks, and outdoor restaurant patios, Chattanooga is a very dog friendly town for locals and visitors alike.

  18. Alabama’s Extreme First Lady

    Alabama's First Lady, Dianne Bentley, was not content with blowing out a few candles on a commemorative cake. Instead, she created a bucket list so that she could experience all the best from AL's state parks.

  19. Snake River Fund

    Jackson Hole's Snake River Fund is a very special private and public partnership that keeps this whitewater gem open for continued use.

  20. Matt Organista

    Matt Organista, a 25-year-old Carpinteria-native is leading the three-sport triathlon charge locally this year after picking up another victory at the

  21. Bremerton Summer Brewfest

    For the second year running, the Bremerton Summer Brewfest will take place just outside Seattle, celebrating over 70 local Washington beers.

  22. We Run Chattanooga

    We Run Chattanooga originally began in Huntsville and absolutely blew up in terms of popularity. Now there are thousands of members.

  23. Northstar Rising

    Bell Canoes are back under the new name of, Northstar, and they're as timeless, classic and durable as ever, perfect for the Boundary Waters.

  24. Mountain Thrills at Snowbird in the Summer

    Best known for skiing, don’t overlook the summer adventures at Snowbird. From the Mountain Coaster to the Mountain Flyer, to the ropes, Snowbird has it all.

  25. Rate Your Knoxville Roots

    From mountain streams to quarries, Knoxville is loaded with swimming holes, and everyone has a favorite.

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