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  1. The 5 Most Photogenic Vistas in West Virginia

    West Virginia

    With diverse landscapes from scenic bridges to vast, gaping canyons, the Mountain State lives up to its name when it comes to amazing vistas, like these five show stoppers.

  2. The Best Rock Climbing in South Dakota

    Sioux Falls

    Which climbing area offers the best rock? How about scenery? Consider these three choices, among the best in South Dakota.

  3. How to Experience Santa Barbara's Waterfront in Style

    Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara's famous waterfront offers palm trees, laid-back vibes—and just about anything you could want to enjoy the spectacular setting on the Pacific Ocean.

  4. The 8 Hardest Hikes in the Smokies

    Great Smoky Mountains

    If you're looking for a challenge in the Great Smoky Mountains, these eight strenuous treks will have your legs burning for days.

  5. Cherokee National Forest - Chilhowee Recreation Area - Camping

    Chattanooga

    Whether you’re looking for tent camping, RV-ready digs, or just some options for electricity, the 70-plus sites offered within the Chilhowee Recreation Area can accommodate any kind of camping style.

  6. Shelby Farms Park - Flat Water Paddling

    Memphis

    Shelby Farms Park is just a 25-minute drive from downtown Memphis, and is a great spot for veteran paddlers or those looking to try out a paddling sport for the first time.

  7. T.O. Fuller State Park - Running

    Memphis

    The four-mile Discovery Trail and the half-mile day use trail meander through T.O. Fuller State Park in Memphis, Tennessee.

  8. Mississippi River Trail - Road Running

    Memphis

    The Tennessee section of this 3,000-mile trail passes right through Memphis and offers an easy option for city dwellers to get in a run.

  9. Big Hill Pond State Park - Flat Water Paddling

    Memphis

    Nestled in the southwestern section of McNairy County, you’ll find relaxing paddling at Big Hill Pond State Park.

  10. Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park - Hiking

    Memphis

    If you’re in Memphis and want an escape from the city without going too far, Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park is just 25 minutes from the city and has more than 20 miles of trails.

  11. Rocky Top/Thunderhead Mountain - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Hiking to Rocky Top is a challenging hike, but one that has wonderful views of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

  12. Cherokee National Forest - Paint Creek - Camping

    Chattanooga

    The densely wooded, streamside campsites that you’ll find in Paint Creek Campground are perfect for family camping within the larger Cherokee National Forest.

  13. Cherokee National Forest - Lost Creek - Camping

    Chattanooga

    Camping at Lost Creek has a primitive vibe, with the dense forest and creeks surrounding generously-spaced plots.

  14. Shelby Farms - Fishing

    Memphis

    Conveniently located inside Memphis city limits you’ll find Shelby Farms State Park, an easy nature escape for those looking to toss a line in the water.

  15. Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park - Fishing

    Memphis

    Both bank and boat fishing are options on the park’s Poplar Tree Lake, a 125-acre oasis full of bass, bluegill, and catfish along with the occasional largemouth bass.

  16. Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park - Mountain Biking

    Memphis

    Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park sits just 15 miles north of Memphis on the Mississippi River, with a five-mile mountain bike loop excellent for a quick workout.

  17. Old Forest State Natural Area - Hiking

    Memphis

    With over four miles of natural trail paths perfectly suited for walking and hiking, Old Forest State Natural Area is a 142-acre beauty of old growth that dates back more than 10,000 years.

  18. Buffalo River - Flat Water Paddling

    Nashville

    The Buffalo River stretches on for 125 miles through western Tennessee, landing it the title of the longest unimpeded river in the United States.

  19. Herb Parsons Lake Trail - Hiking

    Memphis

    Herb Parsons Lake Trail is an easy, six-mile route around the beautiful lake.

  20. Bars, Music, and More: A Local's Guide to Santa Barbara Nightlife

    Santa Barbara

    When the sun goes down, Santa Barbara has something for everyone—including classic old-school bars, high-end California cuisine, and relaxing patios where you can sit back and enjoy the evening.

  21. Sand Gap Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    This lengthy hike is the most challenging trail you can undertake in the Natural Bridge State Resort Park.

  22. Rough Trail Loop - Hiking

    Lexington

    Rough Trail Loop delivers what its name promises, traversing along rolling terrain and challenging trails.

  23. Buffalo Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    A beautiful way to enjoy Mammoth Cave Park away from the crowds and the caves.

  24. Auxier Ridge Loop - Hiking

    Lexington

    If you’re hunting vistas along the Red River Gorge, this is the trail for you. If you time it right, you’ll be able to see swaths of fall foliage or views filled with blossoms in the spring.

  25. Sky Bridge Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    This trail loop moves along a narrow, high ridge that pays off with stunning views of Sky Bridge and other overlooks.