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. Otter Creek Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    With 2,600 acres to explore, Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area is the perfect place to spend a day or a weekend—and its namesake loop trail provides excellent views of it all.

  2. Kentucky Bourbon Trail - Cycling

    Lexington

    Between rolling hills, the scent of mint juleps in the air, and a bourbon distillery around every corner, riding the Kentucky Bourbon Trail is the perfect way to experience central Kentucky.

  3. Fenton Campground - Camping

    Lexington

    Fenton Campground provides amazing access to explore all that Kentucky’s Land Between the Lakes has to offer.

  4. Collie Ridge - Backpacking

    Lexington

    Mammoth Cave National Park is best known for its namesake cavern. It’s the largest explored cave in the world, after all. But there’s plenty of above-ground exploring to do here, too.

  5. Mississippi River Trail - Tiptonville segment - Road Running

    Tiptonville

    The Mississippi River Trail runs directly through Tiptonville, and this short section of it makes for an excellent workout.

  6. A Climber's Guide to Moab

    Moab

    Moab's high-quality sandstone and towering red cliffs offer everything from beautiful splitter cracks to fun sport climbs.

  7. How to Make the Most of Moab's Fascinating Culture

    Moab

    Moab's magnificent natural surroundings may be its main draw, but there's also a thriving arts scene complete with photography symposiums, music festivals, and open-air painting.

  8. Appalachian Trail - Roan Highlands Section - Hiking

    Asheville

    The Roan Highlands, the last section of the Appalachian Trail before it leaves Tennessee, are known for their high, grassy balds and excellent views.

  9. An Ode to Southern Colorado's Animas River Valley

    Durango

    The Animas River Valley in southwest Colorado is filled with history and scenic charms that make it a must-do getaway.

  10. The 6 Best Trail and Ale Pairings in Durango

    Durango

    Nestled in the rugged Animas River Valley, Durango, Colorado, has everything an adventurer could possibly want: serious mountains, a big river, a friendly mountain town vibe—and lots of options for a cold drink after a day on the trails.