Need a few moments (2:20) of calm and beauty? Watch this lovely video shot at Great Smoky Mountains National Park–or better yet, plan a fall trip to the Smoky Mountains to see the leaves changing.
Luckily, the TrailDirt crew had an urgent errand to run that brought us to the Bluegrass state for a very short stay, and we decided we couldn’t leave the state and its unbridled spirit without hitting its most important, most valuable, and most defining trail: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail. It was February 15th, 2013, the day of the […]
Dominique Liboiron is my new hero. He arrived in New Orleans today after canoeing waterways and rivers all the way from Saskatchewan, Canada, into Moon’s Landing along the Mississippi River at the French Quarter, where he was greeted by members of his family. Dominique made the eight month journey in memory of his uncle, who loved […]
The Tennessee Valley Authority has been known for its administration of the dams, lakes, and locks along the Tennessee River Valley. But did you know that they also administer 137 miles of hiking trails in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia? The TVA web site has added a new page with trail information and […]
Bob Ewing and his bride Antonie Hodge are avid climbers, and when Bob proposed during a climb on West Virginia’s stunning Seneca Rocks, Antonie said yes–then said she wanted to get married at the top of the peak on Seneca Rocks. I’ve seen people getting married in unusual places, but I’ve never seen a story like […]