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Posts from October 2013

History Buffs Itinerary

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 8:00 PM

For a history buff, deciding to visit Chattanooga is a no-brainer. The challenge comes when deciding what to do when you get here. Few places in the country can claim such a rich concentration of historical events, ranging from Paleolithic Native Americans to Civil War battles to the rise and fall

When’s the last time a walk took you back 12,000 years? Or a latte could connect you to the missionaries of the Cherokees? Exploring Native American History in Chattanooga allows you to do just that, as well as observe the starting point of the Trail of Tears, gaze into the ancient Blue Hole Spring

Corn Maze-ing

Sunday, October 6, 2013 8:00 PM

Around this time each year, mysterious shapes begin emerging in Chattanooga corn fields. Hold off on calling Agents Scully and Mulder. These intricate designs aren’t the work of extraterrestrial beings, it’s just corn maze season in Chattanooga.

Enchanted Maize
271 Chattanooga Valley Road,

Chattanooga Ghost Tours

Saturday, October 5, 2013 8:00 PM

Wars, monumental floods, jealous lovers and estranged families have all attributed to Chattanooga being one of the most haunted cities in the South, just behind New Orleans and Savannah. But much like Underground Chattanooga – which was paved over almost 150 years ago to escape the relentless

Rock Climbing in Chattanooga

Friday, October 4, 2013 8:00 PM

Photo credit: Andrew Kornylak

We don’t mean to brag, but our Southern sandstone is some of the best in the country. But don’t take our word for it. Just ask Cody Averbeck, who wrote the book on Chattanooga sport climbing – literally – by co-authoring the new guidebook, Chatt Steel. He noted on