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Georgia’s best hikes with dogs: our top 10 favorite dog-friendly trails

Grab a leash and hit the trail! Hike our favorite dog friendly trails in Georgia.

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How to Protect Yourself from the Elements on Your Next Hike

Whether you’re hiking in the desert, mountains, forest, or prairie, be sure to plan ahead to stay safe.

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7 Tips for Camping with Kids

Make camping a fun experience from the very beginning, and they’ll be hooked for life!

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National Parks Too Crowded? Visit These Nearby National Forests Instead

Backpacking in Colorado's Indian Peaks Wilderness in the Arapaho National Forest.

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How to Introduce a Loved One to Adventure Travel

Ready to make some unforgettable memories with a loved one? Here's how to introduce them to adventure travel.

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How to Avoid Crowds on Your Next Grand Canyon Vacation

Grand Canyon is one of the most visited national parks, and therefore one of the most crowded. Though the landscape attracts precisely because of its overwhelming scale, crowds are funneled into just a few relatively ...

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How to Go Beach Backpacking

Beach backpacking is great because you can camp anywhere, right? Not quite. There are some important things you'll want to keep in mind.

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8 Family-Friendly Outdoor Adventures in Heber Valley

The quiet mountain towns of Heber Valley—less than an hour from Salt Lake City, Utah—and made for outdoor exploration in the summer. Hiking, fishing, paddling, and ziplining are just some of the family-friendly activities just waiting for you.

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5 Things to Remember When Backpacking in the Lowcountry

Take these 5 things on your next trip backpacking in the Lowcountry to help adapt to the unique environment of marshes, oaks, and ocean.

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10 Amazing (and Attainable) Thru-Hikes Across the Country

Don't have time for a 4-6 month thru-hike? Here are 10 amazing thru-hikes across the country that can all be done in a month or less.

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The 5 Best Family-Friendly Hikes in Chattanooga

Whether you're visiting for a week or just a weekend, Chattanooga features plenty of pristine hiking trails close to town. Here are some of our favorites.

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Dog-Friendly Adventures in Chattanooga

Bring along your four-legged friend on your next trip to Chattanooga. With dog-friendly parks and restaurants—plus endless hiking trails to explore—the Scenic City is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway with the family pet.

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7 Awesome Things to Do with Kids in the Kentucky Outdoors

With everything from leisurely bike rides bikes to cave tours, Kentucky is filled with outdoor adventure for the whole family.

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Lyme Disease, Deer Ticks, and Your Family

It’s that time of the year once again, when you and your family are enjoying the warmer weather and all the outdoor activities that come with it.  Unfortunately for you, deer ticks are also taking advantage of the nice weather and are waiting for you as you step outside.

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Parasite-Proofing Your Home, by Dr. Katy Nelson, DVM

We hate to say it . . . however, chances are, if you find a tick or flea on your pet, the likelihood of them being in your home is quite large. In this case, simply treating your pet won’t rid the problem entirely, because you risk re-infestation until pests are fully eradicated.Here are ...

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Tick Checks, Tick Awareness and Prevention Strategies

How to Stay Protected while Enjoying the Outdoors & What to do when you Return Inside.

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Insect Safety Recommendations for Employers

Employers should protect their workers from tick-borne diseases by taking these steps:

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Vector-Borne Disease: Education, Risks, & New Protective Products for your Pet

Dr. James St. Clair, an outspoken voice for dog health techniques and practices, has had a core focus on pet owner education since 2004.

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