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  1. An Insider's Guide to the Most Off-the-Beaten-Path Trails in the Mountain State

    West Virginia

    There is no shortage of wilderness in West Virginia, so there are plenty of secluded hikes to get away from it all— if you know where to look.

  2. 5 Reasons to Paddle the Coal River Walhonde Water Trail

    West Virginia

    Stretching from Whitesville to St. Albans, the Coal River Water Trail covers 88 miles. It's perfect for those who love a good river float, canoe excursion, or kayak trip!

  3. Gauley Fest: The Nation’s Most Epic Whitewater Event

    West Virginia

    The Gauley River in West Virginia is one of the most popular advanced runs in the eastern United States, and has a legendary reputation in the whitewater rafting world.

  4. 6 Best Swimming Holes in West Virginia

    West Virginia

    The best spots in the Mountain State to cool off on a hot summer day.

  5. Pittsburgh, You’re Just a Paddle Away From These Six Shoreline Stops

    West Virginia

    Complete a paddling trip down West Virginia's Monongahela River with these worthy diversions along the Upper Mon Water Trail.

  6. 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Tu-Endie-Wei State Park

    West Virginia

    Whether you are a local or passing through town, we bet you didn’t know these five things about this old favorite.

  7. 10 Unique Ways to Explore the Outdoors in North Dakota

    From landscapes that stole the heart of a president to the longest continuous singletrack mountain biking trail in the US, North Dakota has some of the most interesting and unexpected outdoor experiences around.

  8. 3 Best Backpacking Trips in West Virginia

    West Virginia

    West Virginia is a backpacker’s paradise—we'll help you find a good place to start.

  9. The Great Mountain State RV Camping Tour

    West Virginia

    Here's a loop that will take you through some of the best sights in West Virginia on your next RV road trip.

  10. Paddling the Mighty Mo in South Dakota

    Sioux Falls

    If you're ready to paddle the Mighty Mo, here are tips to help make the trip as enjoyable and safe as possible.

  11. 9 Unique Ways to Explore the Outdoors in South Dakota

    Sioux Falls

    Looking to get in tough with nature in some rather unusual ways? Check out our guide to South Dakota's lesser known adventures.

  12. A Statewide Guide to Stand-Up Paddleboarding in Tennessee

    Nashville

    Home to more than two dozen major rivers and lakes, Tennessee is one of the best states in the country to learn how to paddleboard or to fine-tune your skills.

  13. Turtletown Falls - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    An easy loop trail with a gorgeous waterfall, the hike to Turtletown Falls is one of the best in the Cherokee National Forest.

  14. Licking River - Flatwater Paddling

    Lexington

    A tributary of the larger Ohio River, the Licking River stretches on for 303 miles in total, most of which is navigable.

  15. Yatesville Lake State Park Boat In Campground - Camping

    Lexington

    Just a few miles from the Kentucky border with West Virginia, Yatesville Lake State Park is the place to go for boat-in camping in the Bluegrass State.

  16. Where Country Roads Converge: 4 Scenic Cycles Around the Greenbrier Valley

    West Virginia

    The Greenbrier Valley region of West Virginia is nestled in the middle of all kinds of natural wonders.

  17. 5 Best Ol' Time Stops in this National Park’s Living History Village

    West Virginia

    The upper portion of Harpers Ferry is a traditional town, while the lower part is part of a surrounding National Historical Park.

  18. Brew town, USA: This Little Escape is Packed with Flavor

    West Virginia

    The craft beer scene in Thomas and Davis, West Virginia, is a hidden gem in the brewing world.

  19. The Most Romantic and Upscale Retreat You’ve Never Heard Of

    West Virginia

    If you’re looking for a less clichéd and more off-the-beaten-path romantic vacation, Parkersburg, West Virginia is your sweet escape.

  20. Bald River Gorge - Hiking

    Knoxville

    Bald River Trail #88 is a moderately difficult route with waterfall views and is best experienced in the fall.

  21. Rock Creek Gorge Waterfalls - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    The Rock Creek Gorge Waterfalls hike is a short trail along Rock Creek near the Ocoee River.

  22. Coker Creek Falls - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    The Coker Creek Falls Trail is a moderately difficult trail within the Cherokee National Forest with a series of beautiful waterfalls (and plenty of swimming holes!).

  23. Cave Run Lake - Flatwater Paddling

    Lexington

    Part of the Cumberland Ranger District within the larger Daniel Boone National forest, this 8,000-plus acre lake is a scenic spot for an easy paddle.

  24. 4 Adventures Right In and Around Morgantown

    West Virginia

    Morgantown is the perfect base camp for adventure: a lively small-city scene, and a gateway to outdoor exploration.

  25. 3 Odd Facts About this Underground Wonder

    West Virginia

    The other-worldly underground formations in Lost World Caverns have some history that is… interesting, to say the least.