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. Nesbit Farms/Stanky Creek - Mountain Biking


    The Stanky Creek trails at Nesbit Park offer some of the best mountain biking in Tennessee, and they’re just a few minutes east of downtown Memphis.

  2. Big Hill Pond State Park - Mountain Biking


    With 4,000-plus acres, two lakes, and 14 miles of mountain bike-friendly trails, Big Hill Pond offers an ideal escape from the city (and the crowds)—and it’s free to visit.

  3. Mud Island Riverwalk - Running


    The Mud Island Riverwalk in Memphis, Tennessee is full of beautiful scenery and a little history too, including an exact scale reproduction of the lower 954 miles of the Mississippi River.

  4. Old Forest State Natural Area - Mountain Biking


    Old Forest State Natural Area offers Memphis mountain bikers and road cyclists a chance to get in a quick, peaceful ride in the heart of the city.

  5. A Mural Map of the San Luis Valley


    San Luis Valley, which includes the tallest sand dunes in North America and covers nearly 8,000 square miles, is also home to a wide variety of public art, including murals. Finding some of the best is a great way to explore the region.

  6. The Complete Sangre De Cristo Weekend Camping Guide


    The San Luis Valley is surrounded by mountains, none more majestic than the rugged Sangre de Cristo Range. It's filled with hiking, camping, and backpacking opportunities to get a close look at this spectacular setting.

  7. The Ultimate Ales and Trails Guide to the San Luis Valley


    Nowhere do the outdoors and beer pair better than Colorado. The San Luis Valley features thousands of square miles to explore for an outdoor adventure, and here are our top choices for pairing the best ales and trails.

  8. Moab Mountain Biking 101: What to Know, Where to Go


    Moab, Utah, has become one of the top mountain biking destinations in the country. Here's what you need to know to get the most out the trails, whether you're an expert rider or a first-timer.

  9. Conejos River - Fly Fishing


    This 93-mile tributary of the Rio Grande boasts some of the best fly-fishing in Colorado—minus the crowds.

  10. Blanca Vista Park - Hiking


    You don’t have to venture far from Alamosa to get incredible views of the San Luis Valley—Blanca Vista Park and the adjacent disc golf course are just minutes from downtown.

  11. Great Sand Dunes National Park - Camping


    This geologic wonder in the heart of the San Luis Valley has endless camping options for adventurers of all ability and comfort levels—and each offers a chance to see the Milky Way at night.

  12. Big Ridge State Park - Hiking


    With 15 miles of hiking trails ranging from easy to strenuous—and, in some cases, seriously spooky—Big Ridge State Park offers something for everyone

  13. Bote Mountain Trail - Hiking


    Connecting Laurel Creek Road to the Appalachian Trail, Bote Mountain Trail is a hefty 14-mile round trip through the Smoky Mountains.

  14. Mississippi River Trail - Mountain Biking


    The Mississippi River Trail runs 3,000 miles through 10 states from its source up north all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico, and its Tennessee section—which runs right through Memphis—is one of the finest.

  15. Mousetail Landing State Park - Trail Running


    Mousetail Landing State Park has more than 20 miles of hiking and running trails, as well as beginner and advanced mountain bike trails and a primitive campground.

  16. Reelfoot Lake - Paddling


    Between the flooded cypress swamp, picturesque lily pad beds, and tons of bird species, Reelfoot Lake is not to be missed—and the best way to see it is by boat.

  17. Reelfoot Lake - Fishing


    Reelfoot Lake is known for its crappie and bluegill fishing, especially in the spring, but anglers can find fish (and otherworldly scenery) here year round.

  18. Reelfoot Lake State Park - Hiking


    The lake itself is Reelfoot Lake State Park’s main attraction, but there’s plenty of hiking on the land around the lake, too.

  19. How to Plan (and Execute) an International Climbing Adventure


    Ever scroll absentmindedly through social media feeds, feeling like everyone else is off having adventures in far-flung corners of the world? With some planning, diligent research, and a flexible attitude, you can make it happen, too.

  20. Moonbow Trail - Hiking


    You’ve seen plenty of rainbows, but Cumberland Falls’ moonbow, which occurs each month during the full moon, is out of this world.

  21. Swift Camp Creek - Hiking


    Escape the Red River Gorge crowds with this off-the-beaten-path hike, which, if conditions are right, includes a detour to Hell’s Kitchen.

  22. 8 Amazing Places to See Between Portland and Acadia National Park


    Veer off the beaten path and head right up the Maine Coast, take U.S. Route 1 between Portland and Bar Harbor.

  23. Introducing the Beautiful, Barely Inhabited Island Off the Coast of Maine That You Need to Have on Your Travel Radar


    Get ready to fall in love with Monhegan Island’s New England charm and rugged good looks.

  24. Why is All the Tech Talent Moving to Colorado?


    Denver is home to the third-highest concentration of tech workers in the country, with big companies like Google, Comcast, IBM, Verizon, and Oracle calling the Centennial State home.

  25. Mantle Rock Loop Trail - Hiking


    Hike a section of the historic Trail of Tears on your way to the longest natural arch east of the Mississippi.