Best Ways to Burn Off Your BBQ

Chattanooga, Tennessee is now home to the newest Edley’s Bar-B-Que location. As such, comes the burden of extra calories from the best bar-b-que in town. To make sure you offset your new favorite restaurant, we put together a list of our favorite places in Chattanooga to burn off your bar-b-que.

Bluff Trail on Lookout Mountain:

Bluff Trail on Lookout Mountain hiking trail in ChattanoogaArguably Chattanooga’s most famous trail, the Bluff Trail is a gorgeous 5 mile hike that should take about 1-1.5 hours to complete. The Bluff Trail is living history, made by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression. If you’re  feeling overly ambitious, there are side trails and spurs that can turn a 5 mile hike into a 9-10 mile hike.

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Audobon Acres and Maclellan Island:

Audobon Acres is a beautiful sanctuary filled with history and stories to explore. The site is home to the Little Own Native Village, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Admission is not free, but once you are there, there are over 5 miles worth of trails on 130 acres.

Chattanooga Riverwalk:

The Chattanooga Riverwalk and Tennessee Riverpark hosts 8 miles of paved trails, perfect for biking, walking, and running. The Riverwalk is expanding, and will eventually be 22 miles long. For now, hop onto this amazing Riverwalk and see a personal view of one of our favorite cities.

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Cardiac Hill:

UTC Students will understand. Cardiac Hill is a beast, and is jokingly referred to as “Cardiac Arrest Hill”. Luckily, college students should have faster metabolisms, so a few treks up Cardiac Hill should be plenty exercise after a big meal at Edley’s.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que is excited to be in Chattanooga! Come visit us at 205 Manufacturer’s Road.

Where’s your favorite place to be outside in Chattanooga? Let us know in the comments on our Facebook page!


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