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Hiking From Cravens House to Sunset Rock: A Chattanooga Classic

Iconic. Scenic. Popular. Worthwhile.... Whatever word you want to use, the hike from Lookout Mountain's historic Cravens House to Sunset Rock is always a solid option when seeking a Chattanooga hiking experience. It's one of those hikes that'll never let you down. Close proximity to downtown? Check…

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5 Historical Hikes Around Chattanooga

With more than 50 trailheads within 30 minutes of downtown, Chattanooga is filled with incredibly scenic places to hike. But you may be surprised just how many of them also play a big part in the history of the region. You don’t have to go far to find hikes that take you back in time and allow you…

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Exploring 5 Great Hikes in Chattanooga

With more than 50 trailheads within 30 minutes of downtown, the hiking scene in Chattanooga is easily among the best in the Southeast, if not the entire country. From the slopes of Lookout Mountain to the steep crests of Signal Mountain and the Tennessee River Gorge, the Scenic City is blessed with…

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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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Perfect Pair: Ride the Incline and Visit Point Park

All you view chasers take note, this double whammy offers expansive views of Chattanooga and Moccasin Bend as you travel up the mountain on a historic railway and visit one of the most popular destinations on Lookout Mountain. For this trip fall colors are breathtaking, but honestly, every season…

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Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park

For many, Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park is a place to ride bikes, hike, or enjoy a picnic lunch. There’s even a popular marathon/half marathon each November, ranked third in the country by Runner’s World. But to truly grasp what happened on that hallowed ground nearly 150 years ago…

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