Matt Guenther

Knoxville, Chattanooga

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  1. Panther Creek State Park - Hiking


    One of the best recreational destinations in eastern Tennessee: 17 different hiking trails, 15 biking trails, and plenty of open water for fishing and paddling.

  2. Downtown Greenway - Road Running


    The system of Greenways in Knoxville is one of the best in the nation: whether you're cycling or running, you're sure to find a route that suits you.

  3. Ijams Nature Center - Hiking


    Ijams Nature Center is one of Knoxville's most treasured recreational destinations, offering something for everyone.

  4. Morningside Park - Road Running


    A great place for an outdoor cross-fit workout or a round of disc golf.

  5. How to Spend 10 Adventurous Days in Iceland


    From urban exploring, to trekking through glacier-carved landscapes, here’s how to spend 10 adventurous days in the Land of Fire and Ice.

  6. HPER Vol Wall - Climbing


    Access to this climbing gym is only allowed to students, staff and faculty of UT Knoxville. These lucky ones will enjoy a top quality indoor climbing wall.

  7. Baxter Creek Trail - Hiking


    One of the toughest hikes in the Smokies, the Baxter Creek Trail leads hikers six miles up steep mountain grade through dense green forest.

  8. Cucumber Gap Loop - Hiking


    The Cucumber Gap Loop is a great option for someone wanting to see a little bit of everything the Smokies have to offer. With only a 6 mile loop, hikers can have riverside scenery and mountainside forests all in one afternoon!

  9. Three Autumn Adventures to Take Outside of Knoxville


    Autumn is upon us, and with it comes a great range of potential weekend getaways that will keep you active and excited to explore the best the southeast has to offer.

  10. Cades Cove Loop - Cycling


    Cades Cove is one of the most popular focal points in Smoky National Park. From here, you can soak up the history and scenery by taking a hike, drive, or bike ride along this wonderful loop.

  11. Urban Wilderness Corridor - Trail Running


    The Urban Wilderness Corridor is a 1,000-acre stretch of green space that features miles upon miles of great single track trail.

  12. Hastie Natural Area - Mountain Biking


    Within this 75-acre park, mountain bikers and trail runners will certainly find some fun single track trails that suit their fancy.

  13. Forks of the River Wildlife Management Area


    Diverse scenery and multi-use trails are what makes this Wildlife Management Area such a worthy destination.

  14. Haw Ridge - Mountain Biking


    Haw Ridge features about 30-miles of trails, which weave their way through root-strewn single track and along the banks of the Clinch River.

  15. Fort Dickerson Quarry - Hiking


    One of the quickest afternoon escapes from the hustle and bustle of the city, Fort Dickerson Quarry is a convenient place to enjoy a hike or paddle.