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A Guide to Chattanooga's Riverwalk

For a day filled with food, fresh air, and family fun, few places can offer more than Chattanooga’s beautiful and diverse Riverwalk. Spanning 16.1 miles along the southern banks of the Tennessee River, the paved path lets you immerse yourself in nature, culture, and cuisine all in one…

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The 8 Best Scenic Overlooks in Chattanooga

What’s the most important aspect of a great scenic overlook? This one should be pretty obvious: height. And Chattanooga certainly has no shortage of that. Nestled in a valley amid stooped southeastern mountains, Chattanooga has plenty of places to get up high and check out the amazing scenery for…

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15 of the Best Restaurants in Chattanooga with Outdoor Seating

Chattanooga is a popular summer travel destination because of the outdoor activities around the city. Add to that dining, as the Scenic City’s culinary scene includes plenty of restaurants that offer rooftops, decks, and patios to enjoy the fresh air. Chattanooga’s combination of delicious cuisine…

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5 Women in Chattanooga Who Have Made History

It wouldn’t be National Women’s History Month without a nod to some of the amazing women who have helped shape the Chattanooga story in the past century and beyond. Many of those women are recognized by local landmarks around the city. We’ll give you a quick teaser below and suggest ways you can…

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The Return of the Family Vacation in Chattanooga

People have had to make a lot of changes over the last year, from how they work, to how they go to school, shop, eat, and visit friends. And for many, it was a year without a traditional family vacation. But finally, things are starting to change. While we’re still not out of the woods…

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Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Chattanooga

It’s National Women’s history month and in case you didn’t know, Chattanooga is full of female-owned businesses. If you’re looking to support female-owned Chattanooga businesses, check out a few below that are run by bad-to-the-bone boss-ladies. FOOD One of the newest eateries to the scene, Lil…

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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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