Ashley Halligan

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  1. Elk River / Upper C&R - Fishing

    West Virginia

    The Elk River, tucked away in West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, is a trout and fly fisher’s paradise. With a mix of wild and stocked trout of serious sizes, the Upper Catch & Release (C&R) is prime trout fishing territory.

  2. Ohio/Little Kanawha - Flatwater Paddling

    West Virginia

    The Ohi0/Little Kanawha rivers are historically commercial waterways, but paddlers enjoy hugging the shoreline and exploring the small historic islands and towns along the way.

  3. 48 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable Weekend in the Tri-Cities

    Johnson City

    This region of Southern Appalachia, between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, is riddled with rolling hills of blue and green, small towns, and a preservation of tradition ranging from country music to storytelling.

  4. 6 Reasons Why Knoxville is an Awesome City for Outdoor Lovers


    From the 50 miles of trails at the Urban Wilderness to the 85 miles of paved greenways along the city’s rivers and ridges, Knoxville, Tennessee is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.

  5. Watoga State Park - Fishing

    West Virginia

    A fisherman’s paradise in the Appalachian mountains, Watoga State Park is home to a man-made lake and the Greenbrier River, where you can snag yourself a largemouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill, or trout.

  6. Mountwood Park - Fishing

    West Virginia

    Mountwood Park Lake is a 50-acre warmwater lake that is a great fishing spot year round. Come here any time to hook yourself a rainbow, golden or brook trout, bluegill, or largemouth bass.

  7. 5 Unique Glamping Getaways in the Texas Hill Country


    Whether you’re looking for a treehouse or a (non-criminal) jail cell, here are a few must-visit Texas Hill Country getaways to have on your radar.

  8. An Insider's Guide to Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge


    Balcones Canyonlands is a pristine wilderness that serves as a refuge for several birds and offers plenty of hiking.

  9. Where to Find the Best Fall Colors in Alabama: The Ultimate Foliage Road Tour


    We put together this road trip itinerary for you to enjoy some of best color Alabama has to offer come fall.

  10. 48 Hours of Adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains

    Great Smoky Mountains

    Part of the Appalachian Mountain strand, Great Smoky Mountains National Park spans the Tennessee-North Carolina border, and with a deep history and rich culture, the Smoky Mountains really are a special place.

  11. 48 Hours of Adventure in Bishop


    Rising to just over 4,000 feet in elevation, Bishop, California is a town of about 11,000 people nestled in the high desert valley, wedged between the High Sierra and the White Mountains.

  12. The Lowdown on Farms and Farmers Markets in and Around Austin


    Texas Hill Country is filled with lush green farms in every direction, including both urban and rural farms. Here’s a quick guide to some of Austin’s best farmers markets, urban farms, and pick-your-own orchards to find the freshest seasonal treats.

  13. The Top Off-Road ATV Trails in Heber Valley

    Heber Valley

    Heber Valley, Utah, a short drive from Salt Lake City, has become one of the state's top playgrounds for ATVs. Here are some of the best trails to get your off-road thrills.

  14. Morgantown, Underground: 5 Best Undiscovered Spots in WV’s Most Vibrant Nightlife Scene

    West Virginia

    If you’ve hit up all the iconic bars and venues around town, or just want a little more of a local experience, dig a little deeper and explore Morgantown’s under-the-radar scene.

  15. 9 Awesome Things to Do in Austin's Outdoors with the Whole Family


    With the Texas Hill Country close by, several rivers and lakes, and a handful of state parks within short reach, Austin, Texas, offers many ways to enjoy a day outside with your family.

  16. The Best State Parks and Recreation Areas Near Austin


    Central Texas is filled with rolling green meadows, wide open spaces, creeks, limestone cliffs, rocky riverbeds, and caves to explore. Here are a few of our favorite parks around Austin that are great getaways for outdoor lovers.

  17. Everything You Need to Know About Spring Skiing in Park City (and Why it's a Great Time to Visit)

    Park City

    With more sunshine, warmer patios for après ski, and a handful of annual end-of-season events, Park City, Utah, is an ideal place to visit in the springtime.