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  • EscapeMaker.com's Local Food & Travel Expo
    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.
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    1 Hanson Place
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Destination Backcountry Adventures
    Destination Backcountry Adventures’ licensed guides help civilians explore the wilderness, providing remedies to nature deficit disorder with expeditions into the Catskill and Adirondack Mountain preserves or all experience levels. The guides lead adventurers through landscapes and waterfalls legally protected for more than a century, and along the way, they enlighten hikers with facts about the area’s natural history and ecology, and in some cases, the opportunity to pick wild berries. Tours are dog-friendly. All levels of nature enthusiasts from novice to expert, can challenge themselves with activity options such as hiking, backpacking, back country yoga, and many more activities for both single- and multi-day adventures in the authentic, challenging wilderness. Visitors can opt for single-day excursions, on which they summit a Catskills peak, or multi-night trips, during which they trek to higher peaks and spend the nights sleeping amid a tranquil forest. On all outings, hikers nosh on gourmet fare such as cheese and sausage plates and upscale trail mix, rather than the original trail mix, assorted gravel. The center also hosts in-store classes, workshops, and more to provide its future adventurers with all the tools necessary for an exciting expedition.
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    198 Utica Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Metal Shop Fantasy Camp
    Throughout his 20-year career, professional welder Scott Behr has heard people tell him how much they'd love to learn to work with metal, as if it were merely a pipe dream. Thanks to Behr's Metal Shop Fantasy Camp, those dreams can become a reality. Even if a student has never held a power tool or learned how to telepathically commune with metal, they'll soon be welding, grinding, polishing, and sawing with the pros. During the studio's signature "How to Make a Cube" class, they'll turn a 20-foot length of tube into a 6-inch square cube. Along the way, they'll be stockpiling basic skills that they can then apply to any number of projects, which they can craft on site by reserving blocks of studio time.
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    175 Bogart Street
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Power Play
    Head on over to Power Play in Brooklyn today and enjoy a thrill of a lifetime. Sign up for one of these kickboxing classes and burn fat, build muscle and stay learn. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles. Hop on public transit if driving's not your speed; accessible stops include 9 St. (D, N, R), 4 Ave. (F, G), and Smith - 9 Sts (F, G).
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    432 3rd Ave
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Men’s Health URBANATHLON
    Chicago, New York, and San Francisco—three of the biggest cities in the United States are the only cities fit for the sprawling brawl of the Men’s Health Urbanathlon. Like a sightseeing tour where heavy breathing is apropos, the Urbanathlon charters more than 10 miles of each city's terrain, embarking from landmarks such as Chicago's Soldier Field, New York's Citi Field, and San Francisco's AT&T Park. From there, dry bibs become perspiration sponges as contestants vie for the finish line. Along the way, a series of daunting obstacles—such as police and tire barricades, monkey bars, hurdles, and stair climbs—test racers' mettle, before a finish-line blowout sends them hurdling taxi cabs and scaling city buses. Deservedly exhausted contestants are then treated to a post-race party full of refreshing drinks and grub from local food trucks, DJs spinning dance music for wobbly legs, and free gifts from Men's Health's stable of sponsors.
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    12001 Roosevelt Ave.
    New York, NY US
  • Crossfit Concrete Jungle
    Wherever someone goes at Crossfit Concrete Jungle, the coaches are sure to follow. They make sure people use the correct form during Olympic-style weightlifting and gymnastics exercises, and tailor exercises to ensure every move remains challenging. The hands-on approach to CrossFit coaching allows trainers to offer individual attention during group classes comprised of high-intensity, short interval workouts. Traditional treadmills and elliptical machines are swapped out for pull-ups bars, weighted medicine balls, and wooden plyometric boxes. Classes run daily, and also include boot-camp and boxing sessions.
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    309 East 94th Street
    New York, NY US
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