Activities in Asheville


Four-Week Intro Course for One or Two at Summit CrossFit (Up to 68% Off)

Summit CrossFit

Summit CrossFit

Squats, presses, dead lifts, and other functional movements all get incorporated into CrossFit's intense workouts of the day

$200 $67

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10 or 15 Adult Krav Maga Self-Defense Classes at Asheville Integrated Combatives (Up to 80% Off)

Asheville Integrated Combatives

Asheville Integrated Combatives

Krav maga mixes elements of boxing, muay thai, jujitsu, wrestling, and grappling into a system of everyday self-defense

$150 $35

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10 Boxing or Kickboxing Classes at Blue Ridge Karate Center (54% Off)

Blue Ridge Karate Center

Blue Ridge Karate Center

From the merchant: Women’s cardio kickboxing fitness; one month of workouts twice a week. Includes bag gloves and t-shirt

$79 $36

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$25 for Two Private Dance Lessons and One Practice Party at It's a Great Day for Dancing ($80 Value)

It's a Great Day for Dancing

Asheville Ballroom

Experienced instructors tailor lessons to individual learning methods to train students in waltz, foxtrot, swing, and salsa

$80 $25

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$8 for a Round of Mini Golf for Two People at Tropical Gardens Miniature Golf ($15 Value)

Tropical Gardens Miniature Golf

Tropical Gardens Miniature Golf

18 holes of outdoor mini golf for two on traditional course winding through lush landscape

$15 $8

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Go-Kart, Laser-Tag, and Activity Packages at Asheville's Fun Depot (Up to 47% Off). Four Options Available.

Asheville's Fun Depot

Asheville's Fun Depot

Go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars, and more at this family-friendly activity center

$60 $34

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$39 for a Harlem Globetrotters Game at US Cellular Center on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 7 p.m. ($65.40 Value)

Harlem Globetrotters

U.S. Cellular Center

Ball-spinning antics abound as this world-famous exhibition basketball team dazzles in a comic and athletic performance

$65.40 $39

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  • Asheville Anglers
    Hosted at nearby waterways such as the Watauga River or French Broad River, Asheville Anglers' two-hour fly-fishing lessons pair an expert angler with 4–10 sure-handed students. A friendly pole pioneer acquaints students with wader wearing, rod rigging, fly selection, and how to tie the appropriate knot for bow ties worn while fishing. Pupils then tote the provided gear and tackle, including hand-tied flies, and practice casting to gain an understanding of fundamental technique. An entomology lesson sheds light on various key terms, after which groups head into the water for guided practice in the art of fly fishing. Instructors provide cool refreshments for all, but budding line slingers should bring their own sunglasses, sunscreen, and canned story about the fish or gal that got away.
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    140 Weaver Boulevard
    Weaverville, NC US
  • Asheville Hot Air Balloons
    According to many Asheville residents, the best place to propose marriage is about a mile above the trees, with mountains in the background and a good grip on the ring. Such engagement flights might even lead to a midair wedding party comprising four colorful balloons all tethered together as they ferry well-wishers through the clouds. When the baskets touch down, a traditional champagne toast pays homage to the journey and the bond shared by its passengers. Asheville Hot Air Balloons' pilots also helm more casual sunrise flights seven days a week. Each expedition takes them over Pisgah National Forest according to the whims of the breeze and the severity of the moon's allergies. The wind's unpredictable path ensures that the last leg of the trip is always exhilarating—"chasers" must tail and land the balloon in the nearest suitable space by securing ropes thrown from its basket. Spring, summer, and fall flights all arrest riders with their own brands of scenery, from woodland greenery to fiery tableaus of autumn leaves.
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    909 Smoky Park Hwy.
    Candler, NC US
  • Asheville Integrated Combatives
    C.O.R.E. krav maga––a threefold philosophy of self-defense that is ethical, pragmatic, and dynamic––serves as the foundation for Asheville Integrated's hands-on martial-arts classes, during which trainers teach students how to protect themselves in real-world scenarios while conditioning and strengthening their bodies. Using elements of the C.O.R.E. krav maga model, martial-arts instructors also host self-defense classes specifically catered to women and children, helping them build balance, coordination, and the wherewithal to defend themselves in the face of violence. Asheville Integrated Combatives' programs evolve based on feedback from the community, local law enforcement, and burgeoning muscles that pen thank-you notes to staff members.
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    606-E New Leicester Hwy,
    Asheville,, NC US
  • Pocket
    Sit down with a simple sandwich or salad — Pocket caters to those craving an all-American meal. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Pocket's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Pocket also provides alcohol, so diners don't have to worry about bringing their own bottle. Have a large group? No problem. Head to Pocket for easy seating. Those with sensitive ears may want to stay away from this restaurant, though, as it can get quite loud. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Pocket, known for its laid-back ambience. You can also serve food from Pocket at your next party — the restaurant offers catering. Forget the hassle of street parking and head to Pocket for easy access to parking lots. A typical meal at Pocket will set you back less than $30.
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    389 Merrimon Ave
    Asheville, NC US
  • Artemis Archery Asheville
    Alexandra Tait is a Level 2 professional Archery Instructor with USA Archery, has been certified by radKIDS?a children's safety and empowerment organization?and also has over 20 years of experience as a wilderness guide and holistic health and transformation practitioner. She opened an archery academy, named after and inspired by the ancient Greek moon goddess Artemis, and there she teaches traditional archery lessons and leads a women's group that introduces participants to survival skills.
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    Asheville, NC US
  • Fat Cats Billiards
    Flickering neon lights illuminate the faces of pool players at Fat Cats Billiards, their brows furrowed in concentration as they hunch over the deep-green tables. Others engage in lively games of darts and pause now and then to cheer for a particularly good shot or steal a glance at the game playing on one of the 15 flat-screen televisions. After games, friends gather at the bar for frosty beers, plump chicken wings, and juicy Angus-beef burgers to swap tips on making bank shots or harpooning any sharks that somehow swam into the billiards hall.
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    2345 Hendersonville Rd
    Arden, NC US
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