Training for Horse & Rider Children & Adults Starting & Retraining Lessons & Leases
We are located in Allenstown NH
beginner or competitive rider
We specialize in the Adult Beginner!
Miles of Trails!
At Evolution Rock + Fitness, the climbing courses, fitness programs, and climbing parties follow its mission statement's goal "To build upon, strengthen, and evolve with climbers and the climbing community." Boasting 16,000 square feet of climbing surface, the center provides some of the most modern and extensive climbing walls in northern New England. On a given day, a mix of expert and novice climbers scale surfaces through lead climbing, speed climbing, and bouldering. Energy-efficient and nontoxic furnishings earned the center accolades as a top energy efficient and environmentally friendly climbing gym in the region. A team of design experts at Rockwerx in Barre, Mass., also sculpted the signature walls, which welcome all ranges of climbers throughout the week. In addition to whipping people into shape, Evolution Rock + Fitness seeks to be "the conduit between this rich history and the future of climbing." The Fitness center also offers yoga and Pilates mat classes, aerial fabric yoga, zumba, and a mix of fitness equipment.
Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts began as a high school. Built in 1929, the town's first steel-beamed building was filled with bright young minds for more than half a century. But when the school outgrew its building, it moved, and set the stage for for the structure's second life. Emerson Umbrella's group of founding volunteers created a community-arts center that saved the building from demolition while also sticking to its original spirit, ensuring it be used for education. Today, owned by the town and managed by Emerson Umbrella, the center hosts studio space for more than 50 artists, workshops and classes for kids and grown-ups, a performance space for arts events of all disciplines, and just as many standardized biology tests.
Fiercely loyal to the enduring spirit of its namesake town in rural New Hampshire, Henniker Brewing Company lures residents as well as visitors with its selection of meticulously crafted microbrews. The 15-barrel facility opened in 2011 and the tap room has slaked thirst ever since, filling glasses with everything from an unfiltered, dry-hopped wheat ale to a robust porter made with a rich combination of English brown and black malts. For a look behind the scenes, the staff also offers tours that allow guests to see how Henniker Brewing Company ferments and bottles its beers before chilling them in kiddie pools full of liquid nitrogen.