Cabins by the Caves Hocking Hills

Imagine sitting by a cozy and warm fire while enjoying a magical Appalachian winter wonderland view from just beyond the windows. Cabins by the Caves, located in Hocking Hills, Ohio, can make this dream a reality.

Winter Hiking in the New River Gorge

With shorter days and colder weather, you may think hiking in the winter is out of the question, but this time of year the Gorge is a treasure trove of unseen beauty. From frozen waterfalls to ice-coated cliffs, beat the winter blues and take in the awesome views on some of our favorite hiking trails. […]

Holiday Happenings in Columbus

By Taylor Meredith       As the end of the year grows near, the light you see at the end of the tunnel is made by brightly shining holiday lights! After last year’s significantly altered holiday season, make this year extra special and get in the holiday spirit in Columbus. Ohio’s capital is a […]

Top of West Virginia Holiday

History, Beauty and Fun By Sarah Cale West Virginia, home to rolling hills, beautiful landscapes, and many fun attractions that will make your Winter a blast. The Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau has you covered in the Hancock, and Brooke County areas. The Northern Panhandle may look small, but it is packed […]

Kinzua Sky Walk

Experience the Beauty of Fall from the Amazing Kinzua Sky Walk By Linda Devlin The Kinzua Sky Walk was chosen as “One of the Top 10 Most Scenic Skywalks in the World” by The Culture Trip, U.K. Towering over the Kinzua Gorge at a height of 225 feet, the skywalk extends 624 feet into the […]

How to Improve Your Race Time

Five Runs to Improve Your Race Time By Breanne Bakan If you’re a runner, you know that some days out on the road or trails can get monotonous. Whether you’re new to the scene or a seasoned running veteran, it’s important to know that there are different types of runs you can be doing to […]

Physical Therapy for Runners

  By Breanne Bakan While running is a great way to stay active and healthy, it can also be hard on your body. If you’re running on sidewalks, roads, or even a treadmill, the pounding on the hard surface can be tough on your bones and joints. Running places a lot of strain on your […]

The Lights of Historic Clifton Mill

By Jessica Noes Historic Clifton Mill, located in the Village of Clifton at the edge of Greene County, Ohio, is one of the largest attractions in the area with several thousand visitors each year. Built in this location to take advantage of the natural power of the water that funnels from the Little Miami River […]

Rediscover (or Discover) Pittsburgh

By Shannon Wolfgang While Pittsburgh is known nationally and internationally for its sports teams, 446 bridges, three rivers, thriving cultural district, amazing museums, robotics and medical advances, the city is emerging as a major leisure tourism destination with many only-in-Pittsburgh activities for everyone, as well as 90 unique neighborhoods which can keep visitors exploring, and […]

Roar & Explore in Columbus

By Lexi Sweet When we get to the other side of the peak, “normal” may take on a new meaning. One thing is for sure though; we’ll all be looking for ways to ward off cabin fever and cure our stir-craziness come summer. The good news is you don’t have to travel far to feel […]

Sequoia National Park

The Land of Giants Sequoia National Park By Douglas M. Kish, MA It has always been on my bucket list to visit some of the larger, well-known National Parks in the country such as Yosemite, Yellowstone and Sequoia. In June, 2019 I was able to check one of those off my list. Sequoia National Park, […]