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Watch the Winter Bird Migration in Chattanooga

Winters in Chattanooga are generally pretty enjoyable.  It does get chilly from time to time, but generally our winters stay mild and comfortable; a far cry from what other regions in the U.S. experience each winter!  There’s really nothing keeping us from the great outdoors during these winter months, and hiking is just as restorative and enjoyable now as it is during the spring.  In fact, one of the genuine …

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10 Places to See Fall Foliage in Chattanooga

Fall is finally here, and we are excited about all of the possibilities the autumn season brings to Chattanooga. Though there’s plenty to love about the Scenic City throughout the entire year, there’s no doubt that fall is special. Hailed has one of the country’s best destinations for outdoor recreation, we can’t think of a better time to visit Chattanooga than the month of October.  Take part in a variety …

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Discover the Chattanooga RiverRocks Festival

Throughout the month of October, visitors to Chattanooga have the incredible opportunity of seeing at least part of the popular Chattanooga RiverRocks Festival.  This month long festival features dozens events throughout the region, but all of them seek to inspire visitors and competitors to get outside, get active, and have fun while doing it.  Competitors, from amateurs just looking to try something new to world-class athletes serious about competition, descend …

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Paddle the Tennessee River

Flowing through the heart of Chattanooga are the winding, beautiful waters of the Tennessee River.  It’s home to famous rowing regattas like the Head of the Hooch, and is well known as an incredible whitewater rafting destination.  However, increasingly, locals and visitors alike are discovering that there’s more to the Tennessee River.  From canoeing and kayaking to stand-up paddle boarding, a paddle along the Tennessee River is a great way to see …

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River Cruise on the Tennessee River

The Tennessee River is a great source of pride for the city of Chattanooga. Known for it’s beautiful sweeping bends, the Tennessee River passes through downtown Chattanooga before turning at the base of Lookout Mountain, where it heads into the breathtakingly beautiful Tennessee River Gorge.  The Tennessee River Gorge, referred to often as “Tennessee’s Grand Canyon,” provides critical habitat for over 200 bird species.  There are around 27,000 acres of virtually undisturbed forest …

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Make Chattanooga Your Next Romantic Getaway

Sometimes, nothing is more needed than a relaxing, romantic getaway for two in order to recharge our batteries during these long winter months.  When it comes to great romantic getaways, the gorgeous rolling hills of East Tennessee offer several amazing options for relaxation and recreation, with no city providing greater options than the scenic city of Chattanooga.  In Chattanooga, you’ll find an ideal mix of activities to enjoy on your romantic getaway, …

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Winter Hiking Near Our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast

Oftentimes, people relegate outdoor activities to the spring, summer, and even fall months when the weather outside is mild and pleasurable. However, East Tennessee is a virtual playground any time of year, including the colder winter months.  Chattanooga has always been known as a premier outdoor destination, and with mild enough weather year around to enjoy it, the Chattanooga area is the perfect destination for the avid outdoorsman this winter.  Our …

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