The Best Whitewater Kayaking in Northeast Tennessee

  Follow along with outdoorsman and writer Johnny Molloy as he treks through the mountains of Northeast Tennessee. Rolling whitewater, rising mountains, and winding roads are signatures of Northeast Tennessee. The combination of rugged terrain and abundant rainfall make the area a prime whitewater destination. Check out four rivers that give paddlers of all levels a chance […]

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A Day on the Tweetsie Trail: What to See & Do

The The Tweetsie Trail covers low forests, passes over creeks and bridges, and visits rock formations while carrying you from one charming southern to another. We’ve highlighted things you shouldn’t miss along the way. […]

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Camp Creek Bald: A Southern Appalachian Grandstand

Camp Creek Bald, near Greeneville, is a great place to escape summer’s heat, view fall colors from the crest of the Southern Appalachians, or take a hike anytime of the year. The Appalachian Trail (AT) travels through the area of meadows, heath balds, and rock outcrops. […]

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Escape to Tennessee: Planning, Virtual Tours, and More

Take a hike on the trails, camp in a state park, visit a historic landmark, chow down on delicious eats, sample some craft brews, and listen to mountain music. We’ve put together a few trip ideas with less crowds and safe places – all within driving distance. There are currently no travel restrictions in Tennessee. […]

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Choose Your Own Adventure In the Volunteer State

No matter how many trails you hike, backroads you wander, and lakes you swim, Northeast Tennessee is surrounded by ample opportunities to adventure like a pro, high and low. Here are just a few adventures to get stoked about. Hike Roan Mountain Hiking up Roan Mountain from the Carvers Gap parking lot is like the […]

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