Atlanta Your Way
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Enjoy tailored travel recommendations for outdoor lovers, including thrill seekers, trail runners and young families.
(1) High Country Outfitters offers everything a daredevil needs to conquer their adventures with locations in Buckhead, Midtown and Marietta. www.highcountryoutfitters.com This scenic, 61.5-mile (2) Silver Comet Trail is perfect for hiking, walking, biking, horseback riding and rollerblading, and is wheelchair accessible. The trail connects to the Chief Ladiga Trail at the Georgia/Alabama border. www.silvercometga.com (3) King of Pops serves up from-scratch popsicles in finger-licking flavors, like Thai Tea, Blood Orange and Chocolate Sea Salt. atlanta.
kingofpops.com Rent a bike from the Atlanta Bicycle Barn then hop on the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail for a sun-filled jaunt down the art-lined path. Stop into one of the restaurant patios along the way, or cycle to Piedmont Park for a picturesque picnic.
At (1) Treetop Quest, you'll find intricate ropes courses, monkey bridges, Tarzan jumps and zip lines. Over 70 obstacles of varying difficulties allow all skill levels to traverse the treetops. www.treetopquest.com (2) Biplane
Rides Over Atlanta takes you soaring above downtown, Stone Mountain and Lake Lanier aboard an open-cockpit biplane. Flights last 20-60 minutes. www.biplaneridesoveratlanta.com (3) Andretti Indoor Karting & Games features state-of-the-art indoor racing, 7-D motion theaters, racing simulators and over 100 arcade games. www.andrettikarting.com Tap into your inner Spider Man at
Atlanta Rocks!, a 12,000-square-foot indoor rock-climbing gym featuring a long menu of options and classes that accommodate every kind of climber. www.atlantarocks.com
The (1) Center for Puppetry Arts is home to the world's largest collection of original Muppets. Explore the World of Puppetry Museum and attend a masterful puppet show. www.puppet.org For some fun in the sun, take the kids to splash in the Fountain of Rings at (2) Centennial Olym
pic Park, where jets of water synchronize to music. www.centennialpark.com (3) The Varsity is the world’s largest drive-in and an iconic Atlanta experience. Step up to the 150-foot counter to order chili dogs, naked dogs, burgers, fries, fried apple pie and FOs (frosted orange drinks). www.thevarsity.com Exhibits at the Fernbank
Museum of Natural History cover the world’s largest dinosaurs, natural history and more. A new giant-screen theater is now open and playing "Extreme Weather 3D" and "The Search for Life in Space." www.fernbankmuseum.org