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Although juggling family and a busy career can be tough, Chattanooga attorney Jay Perry manages to balance them both while still reserving ample time for his climbing adventures.
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I recently went on a winter hike at Little Cedar Mountain, sandwiched neatly between Chattanooga and South Pittsburg, adjacent Nickajack Lake.[read more]
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Just because you’re eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to skimp on taste.[read more]
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If you like the slower pace of hiking but want to get out into the ...[read more]
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For avid trail runners like Dreama Campbell, part of the fun is trying out area trails for their long runs. ...
Share      Discuss      By Meghan Pittman      January 31, 2015   
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Thanks to local climber Rob Turan and Gold’s Gym, Camp Vesper Point in Soddy- Daisy has enough equipment to build ...
Share      Discuss      By Kelsie Bowman      January 31, 2015   
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Stuart Hickey took a few minutes with us to talk thru-hiking, the GET and the Scenic City.
Share      Discuss      By Mary Beth Torgerson      January 2, 2015   
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Group teaches traditional Inuit paddling skills
Share      Discuss      By Andy Johns      January 31, 2015   
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The Chattanooga Chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association has grown the sport of mountain biking locally in recent years.
Share      Discuss      By Jim Tanner      January 31, 2015   
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Back the Rangers’ staffs South Cumberland visitor centers with volunteers
Share      Discuss      By Andy Johns      January 31, 2015   
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Here’s a simple bird feeder and planter that will blend into your yard and keep your bird visitors happy for ...
Share      Discuss      By Meghan Pittman      January 31, 2015   
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Many anglers in the south tend to take the colder months off from fishing, especially on the big reservoirs, preferring ...
Share      Discuss      By Jim Tanner      January 31, 2015   
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Living in Chattanooga has its artistic advantages.
Share      Discuss      By Mary Beth Torgerson      February 1, 2015   
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Maybe your kid’s favorite thing to do on family hikes is to spot as many wild animals as possible.
Share      Discuss      By Kelsie Bowman      February 1, 2015   
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