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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Chattanooga

It's time for some Saint Patrick's Day fun! While this year certainly looks different, the fun doesn't stop with parades, parties, virtual races, cocktail classes and more. Chattanooga has a variety of offerings for both family and friends, day and night. Channel your inner Irish spirit, get…

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The 10 Best Waterfalls near Chattanooga

Spring is on the way, and in many places that means one thing: rain. Lots of rain. In Chattanooga, where we receive an astonishing 53 inches of rain per year, this is especially true. From February through April, nearly-constant precipitation turns the trails into sloppy mush and makes many outdoor…

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The Best Places to Have a Socially Distant Climb in Chattanooga

One of the great things about climbing is that it’s an inherently solo sport. No, that doesn’t mean you have to go free soloing without any rope like a certain Alex Honnold on El Capitan. And of course, the climbing community—one of the most tight-knit subsets of outdoor-minded folks there is—would…

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6 Ways to Explore Chattanooga’s Black History

From art and murals to music and historical sit-ins, Chattanooga is full of stories that commemorate Chattanooga’s Black History and the courageous individuals that left an imprint on our community and the world. Read below to find 6 ways to learn more about Chattanooga’s Black History and culture…

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Your Guide to Spring Bouldering at Rocktown

If you spent most of the winter in the Southeast, you know that the boulder season was unfortunately cut a bit short by an unusual amount of rain and snow...and then some more snow. Now spring is finally here, and it is rapidly getting warmer. Soon enough the humidity will start to set in, making…

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A Foodies Valentine’s Day in Chattanooga

From takeout to dine-in, Chattanooga is helping you celebrate Valentine’s Day with a full belly. Want to stay healthy? We’ve got it. Want to stay in? We’ve got you covered. Maybe you want to get fancy? We’ve got that, too. Check out how to have the best Valentine’s Day this year as the foodie we all…

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The 8 Best Things to Do in Chattanooga This Winter

While Chattanooga is known for its outdoor adventures, it still offers plenty of fun in the chillier weather. Fortunately, winters in the Southeast are relatively mild and snow is rarely seen, making Chattanooga an ideal getaway even in the colder months. For the safety precautions put in place for…

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Explore Chattanooga's Interactive Destinations with the Whole Family

The past year has been full of virtual learning, attending Zoom meetings, and flipping around Netflix. By now, everyone’s craving the joy of getting back to some real-world, hands-on, interactive experiences. Of course, everything’s not quite back to normal yet, but with some precautions, it’s…

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How to Play Tourist in Chattanooga (Even if You're a Local)

When it comes to playing tourist in Chattanooga, you’ve got some decisions to make. For traditional sightseers, there’s a glittering array of options: Rock City, Ruby Falls, the Incline Railway, the Tennessee Aquarium, the list goes on. What about the types of tourists that want to tailor their…

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12 Reasons Why You Should Visit Chattanooga in Winter

Twinkling lights, festive music, and crisp, cool days are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to experiencing the magic of wintertime in Chattanooga. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a vacation for the whole family, the city is bursting with holiday cheer and unique…

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