Emma Walker

Moab, Denver, Lexington, Anchorage, New Johnsonville, Paris, Alamosa, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Tiptonville, Asheville, San Francisco, Logan, Boulder, Beaver, Crested Butte - Gunnison Valley, Cedar City, Mobile, Boise, Birmingham, Huntsville, La Crosse, Grand Junction, Orem, Rogers, International , Portland, Durango

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  1. Johnsonville State Historic Park - Trail Running

    New Johnsonville

    Once the site of a Civil War-era supply depot, Johnsonville State Park has an excellent eight-mile loop trail for runners.

  2. The Best Bicycling in La Crosse, Wisconsin (and Why Any Cyclist Would Be Wise to Visit)

    La Crosse

    If you haven’t biked in the Midwest, you’re missing out, especially when it comes to western Wisconsin.

  3. Eiffel Tower Park - Road Running


    Paris’ Eiffel Tower Park features a lifelike replica of the real deal, plus an excellent .75-mile loop.

  4. A Guide to Grand Mesa: The Largest Flat-Topped Mountain in the World

    Grand Junction

    Grand Mesa is the largest flat-topped mountain in the world—and, consequently, is chock-full of things to do all year long.

  5. Trains, Planes, and Trails: How Colorado is Always on the Move (and How this is Re-Shaping the Future)

    Boulder, Denver

    Colorado's public transportation, bikeways, and trail networks help keep residents moving. This "on-the-move" mentality and easy access to the great outdoors helps make it one of the healthiest states in the nation and a draw for tourist around the world.

  6. To the Mountains and Back: 8 Easy Day Trips from Utah Valley


    One of the best parts of spending time in Utah Valley is its proximity to the rugged Wasatch Range. You'll find many of the Wasatch’s most prominent peaks make for excellent day trips, while Provo serves as an excellent basecamp for exploring the region.

  7. A Foodie's Guide to Utah Valley


    The Utah Valley food scene has blossomed in the last few years, thanks to the openings of a variety of innovative restaurants, a solid food-truck culture, and many local food producers—bring your appetite and sample some of the best tastes in the valley.

  8. 10 Reasons You Must Visit Utah Valley This Summer


    Nestled between the towering Wasatch Range and freshwater Utah Lake, Utah Valley is an outdoorsy playground boasting phenomenal climbing, hiking, biking, paddling—plus a vibrant cultural scene that includes live theater and free concerts.

  9. Where to Go Camping Under the Stars in and Around Moab


    The Moab area may be an adventure-lover’s playground by day, but at night, the dark skies create one of the top places for stargazing in the country.

  10. 3-Day Outdoors Itinerary in Rogers, Arkansas


    You can fit a lot of adventure in 72 hours in Rogers, Arkansas. Our guide shows you the best ways to tap into the wilderness, food, drink, and culture of this growing outdoors playground.

  11. A Tale of Land, Wind, and Opportunity: How Colorado's Outdoors Helps Create Jobs


    Colorado has a diverse landscape that is attractive to not only adventurers, but to innovators who see the state's resources as being beautiful and economically beneficial.

  12. 12 Incredible Hikes in Grand Junction

    Grand Junction

    Far from the hustle and bustle of the Front Range, Colorado’s Western Slope offers countless opportunities to escape the crowds and see the state at its finest.

  13. How to Experience Moab on the Water


    While mountain biking and climbing may get more attention, the Colorado River is one of the best and most central places to play around Moab. Here's all you need to know to plan a once-in-a-lifetime paddling adventure.

  14. 3 Days in Utah Valley: The Perfect Long Weekend Getaway


    Thanks to its scenic location between the Wasatch Mountains and freshwater Utah Lake, Utah Valley promises an action-packed trip with a mix of scenic outdoor activities and a vibrant cultural scene.

  15. The 6 Best Outdoor Activities to Do with the Kids in Utah Valley


    For family-friendly destinations in Utah, look no further than Utah Valley. With access to both the rugged front range of the Wasatch Mountains and the metropolitan activities around Provo, it's an excellent spot for a family getaway.

  16. The Top 6 Day Hikes in Utah Valley


    Tucked against the towering Wasatch Range and not far from Salt Lake City, Utah Valley is just minutes from some of the best hiking spots in North America including Provo Canyon, Rock Canyon, and several soaring Wasatch Peaks.

  17. 7 Non-Profit Groups Making Waves for Colorado Conservation and Stewardship


    Colorado non-profits build and maintain trails, advocate for public lands, and teach stewardship skills.

  18. 7 Most Stunning Sunset Hikes Around Knoxville


    What better way to cap off an excellent hike than with a gorgeous sunset? Here, 7 stunning sunset hikes around Knoxville sure to take your breath away.

  19. 7 Must-Attend Outdoor Music Festivals and Events in the San Luis Valley


    South-central Colorado’s San Luis Valley features unbeatable scenery, vibrant history, and an abundance of recreational opportunities. These seven festivals are the perfect reason to plan a weekend getaway to explore the area for yourself.

  20. Historic Exploration: 4 Trails in the the San Luis Valley With Fascinating History


    The San Luis Valley is brimming with history, and these four historic trails are a great way to step back in time.

  21. Penitente Canyon - Climbing


    Penitente is home to world-class sport climbing, plus some adventurous trad routes.

  22. Rio Grande River - San Luis Valley - Fly Fishing


    Anglers from all over the West will tell you that the Rio Grande is one of the best fly-fishing streams anywhere. Plan your trip to the South Fork to Del Norte section to see why.

  23. Your Guide to the San Luis Valley Museum Trail


    The San Luis Valley in Colorado has been inhabited for more than 10,000 years, first by Native Americans and later by Spanish settlers. This tour of eight museums helps visitors to discover the rich cultural history of the area.

  24. Cove Lake State Park - Hiking


    Just 30 minutes from Knoxville, Cove Lake State Park offers access to the rugged Cumberland Trail, as well as maintaining miles of its own hiking trails.

  25. Booker T. Washington State Park - Fishing


    Just 20 minutes east of Chattanooga, Booker T. Washington State Park offers easy access to abundant fishing at Chickamauga Lake.