Jeff Banowetz

Park City, Chicago, New York City, Knoxville, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Chattanooga, Athens, Nashville, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Heber Valley, Farmington, International , Logan

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  1. Lake Michigan from Chicago

    Chicago

    One of the biggest lakes in the work is Chicago’s front yard—take advantage of its boating opportunities.

  2. Starved Rock State Park - Paddling

    Chicago

    One of the most popular destinations in the state, Starved Rock State Park is also a great base of operations to paddle the Illinois and Vermillion rivers.

  3. Skokie Lagoons

    Chicago

    This group of connected lakes, channels and islands is one of the top paddling destinations on the north shore of Chicago.

  4. Blackwell Forest - Paddling

    Chicago

    This forest preserve in DuPage County offers a scenic lake with a large boat ramp and rentals, making it an easy place to canoe or kayak

  5. Morton Arboretum - Cycling

    Chicago

    The paved roads of the Morton Arboretum are a beautiful, hilly place to get enjoy road cycling—especially in the winter when the trails are covered in snow.

  6. DuPage River Trail - Cycling

    Chicago

    Both the east and west branches of the DuPage River feature an ever-growing trail system that is becoming one of the best in the area.

  7. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trail

    Chicago

    The I&M Canal Trail offers nearly 70 scenic miles along the canal, providing a great destination for cyclists who enjoy easy miles and a bit of history.

  8. Lima Center Tour

    Chicago

    This 33-mile road route around Whitewater, Wis., is a good taste of the open roads that Wisconsin has to offer

  9. Kettle Moraine State Forest - Southern Unit - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This destination trip for Chicago-area mountain bikers offers some of the best off-road trails in the Midwest

  10. Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This nearly 10-mile loop trail circles the Argonne National Laboratory and features rolling hills with ecologically diverse terrain.

  11. Deer Grove Forest Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This popular trail is the best spot for off-road mountain biking in the northern suburbs of Chicago.

  12. Knoch Knolls Park Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    They may not be very long, but the trails at Knoch Knolls Park in Naperville are surprisingly fun.

  13. Greene Valley Forest - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This forest preserve features 12 miles of crushed limestone trails that offers both wooded and prairie sections to enjoy.

  14. Illinois Prairie Path - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This biggest trail system in the western suburbs offers more than 60 miles of crushed-limestone pathways.

  15. Matthiessen State Park

    Chicago

    This popular state parks offers 9 miles of off-road mountain bike trails amid some of the most scenic geography in Illinois

  16. Devil's Lake - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    This Wisconsin state park known for its steep bluffs and lake views features 5 miles of off-road bike trails—and close proximity to the trails at the Devil’s Head Ski Resort.

  17. Starved Rock State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Chicago

    One of the most popular destinations in the state, Starved Rock State Park offers spectacular hiking trails and geography that's unlike just about anything else in Illinois

  18. Blackwell Forest - Camping

    Chicago

    This forest preserve offers a scenic campground for a short escape in DuPage County.

  19. Rock Cut State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Chicago

    This popular state park near Rockford offers more than 200 camping sites with plenty of amenities and access to the 3,092-acre preserve

  20. Shawnee National Forest - Backpacking/Camping

    Chicago

    This vast national forest in the southern-most part of Illinois offers a landscape unlike anything else in the state

  21. Kankakee River State Park - Camping

    Chicago

    This state park southwest of the city is an easy destination trip that's perfect for family camping

  22. Rock Cut State Park - Skiing

    Chicago

    This state park near Rockford offers the best cross-country skiing in north central Illinois, with groomed trails for both classic and skate skiers.

  23. Deer Grove Forest - Cross Country Skiing

    Chicago

    This popular trail system in the northern suburbs is a good spot for cross-country skiing.

  24. Big Foot Beach State Park

    Chicago

    These trails in the state park on the banks of Lake Geneva offers some good classic skiing.

  25. Morton Arboretum - Cross County Skiing

    Chicago

    The Morton Arboretum is a beautiful, hilly place to explore on snowshoes or skis.