NYC's first and only fully dedicated indoor rock climbing facility. @ BKB you can free climb ('boulder'), climb with ropes (top-rope or lead climbing), tight rope balance/walk (slack line), or take one of our classes in Yoga, Movement, Pilates, or advanced climbing technique!
EscapeMaker.com facilitates transit-friendly and sustainable excursions within 500 miles of New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, or DC with their online guide to the northeast United States. The staff reviews towns and plunges deep into popular regions to unearth the most compelling and budget-balancing activities around as well as intriguing sights. An EscapeMaker feature aids trip planning by custom aggregating each step of the trip into one handy document, ensuring that sojourners always have helpful info on hand, such as phone numbers, directions, and translations of campfire songs in local languages. In addition to their stalwart guidance, EscapeMaker.com also hosts weekly specials from bed and breakfasts, hotels, and other travel enterprises.
The organizers of Out-Fit Challenge, the first national LGBT mud run obstacle course, aim to spark new friendships between its runners by creating challenges that require not only personal perseverance, but the occasional helping hand. Obstacles such as barbed wire crawls or mud pits force racers to get dirty, and tandem climbing walls make runners rely on each other to progress.
After making it to the finish line, participants mingle with newfound friends or long-lost parents at the after-party. After showering, racers can change into their event t-shirt and don their finisher’s award with pride. Each participant can pick up their complementary beer from one of the bars, before mingling, dancing to live music, or chowing down on the food vendors’ grub.
On Luxury Hunters’ scavenger hunts, sleuths use smartphones—which participants must provide themselves—to nab photos and videos of luxury goods that they uncover throughout New York City. At each event's kick-off, adventurers gear up for competition by reviewing the sponsor’s upscale goods and visualizing the high-end dinner prizes up for grabs. Next, vagabonds rush out to numerous trendy restaurants, shops, and bars to hunt down luxury products. Prey includes items from high-end brands such as Alma Tequila, Perugina Chocolate, The Film Annex, and more, representing a wide range of interests and vowel combinations. At a complimentary concluding soiree, guests may receive prizes based on the quality of their photos, and all guests depart with swag.
With more than 20,000 New York singles lining its shelves, Meet Market Adventures offers free online dating, plus imaginative offline events. Shuck off shyness during the Singles Walking Wine & Spirits Crawl, which lets solitary sippers swish and swirl their way to common ground. Join in on an evening of witty banter with the Singles Comedy Night, or join a team of four people for the Singles Amazing Race & Scavenger Hunt, a frenetic Benny Hill dash about town that creates ideal conditions for sparks and zero openings for awkward first-date silences. Dog lovers can unleash their ardor during Dog Day Afternoon, a perfect way to test out puppy love and respective resistance to allergies. With admission to three events, participants will have several chances to meet other singles, try out a new activity or venue in the city, and dust off decrepit datebooks long relegated to doorstop status.
Your excursion will depart from the north side of 43rd Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues, at 9:00 a.m. Because Urban Escapes doesn't like to wait around for latecomers, make sure to get there 20 minutes early. During this time you can make combat buddies in line and give each other cool tough-guy code names such as Iron Steel and Millard Fillmore. A bus will pick up your newly formed militia and transport you to New Breed Paintball in West Milford, NJ, about an hour away from the city. After checking in, you'll spend about two hours traversing private fields under the unblinking eye of watchful referees, dodging airborne paintballs as if they were so many rabid butterflies.