Walking in Matthews

Our deal searchers couldn't find any Walking deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • American Cancer Society
    Founded in 1913 by a team of 15 prominent physicians and business leaders in New York, the American Cancer Society (ACS) aimed to raise awareness about cancer and find ways to treat it. During that time the society created the iconic Sword of Hope—a caduceus entwined with serpents—and started a movement that would transform cancer from a death sentence into a survivable disease. Today, the American Cancer Society funds research, raises awareness, and sponsors support programs through 12 chartered divisions and more than 900 local offices across the country. In the past several decades, ACS has funded significant research leading to a cure for cancer, and supported more than 46 researchers who have gone on to win the Nobel Prize. ACS’s programs include the Reach to Recover program, which matches survivors with someone suffering from cancer to help share experience and create hope, and the Road to Recovery program, which provides free rides to and from treatments.
    Read More
    1901 Brunswick Avenue
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Thrifty Adventures
    When rock-climbing couple Christy and Scott Thrift got engaged, Christy was dangling off the side of Stone Mountain. The same adventurous spirit that elevated their engagement informs their married life, which they spend running their wilderness guiding service, Thrifty Adventures. While some of the duo’s trips require previous outdoor experience, most welcome all participants, and range from ice climbing adventures to rock climbing and backpacking trips. Along the way, Scott and Christy teach safety basics, climbing techniques, and strategies for preserving natural surroundings, such as refraining from nibbling on the mountain.
    Read More
    Charlotte, NC US
  • US National Whitewater Center
    The crown jewel of this 700-acre facility is the man-made whitewater river, where riders can brave class II, III, and IV rapids. Visitors can also explore the surrounding lands from ziplines, ropes courses, climbing walls, and hiking trails. While age restrictions vary according to the activity, family rafting welcomes those ages 8 and up.
    Read More
    5000 Whitewater Center Pkwy
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Stroller Strides Tega Cay
    In Stroller Strides namesake class, moms break a sweat performing cardio and fitness exercises, such as pushing their stroller-bound youngsters on power walks. The class reflects the organizations overall mission of helping established moms or soon-to-be moms stay fit all the while providing social support, no matter how busy they may be. The instructors help prep bodies for pregnancy during Fit4Baby classes, leading exercises that ease expectant mothers’ aches and pains while boosting energy levels.
    Read More
    7817 Crestfield lane
    Tega Cay, South Carolina US
  • Night Nation Run
    A night spent dancing to a DJ at the club burns calories and works up a sweat, so why not put the dance floor on a 5K course? That's exactly what Night Nation Run has done?participants run, walk, or dance their way through a race course illuminated by interactive light shows and pumping with electronic dance music from live DJs. After partying through multiple DJ stages, revelers finish at a raucous main-stage after-party. Headliner DJs soundtrack the event on the main stage while participants celebrate crossing the finish line as a member of the Night Nation.
    Read More
    4431 Neck Road
    Huntersville, NC US
  • ROC Race 5K
    The ROC Race is a 5K fun run with a catch?a dozen of them, to be exact. Twelve giant obstacles stand in the way of victory, including a wrecking ball that threatens to knock runners off their path. The various challenges draw their inspiration from the world's most extreme game shows, where contestants have to run through tires, swing on ropes, and swoosh down giant slides. To make things even more exciting, ROC's organizers encourage participants to dress up in wacky costumes like tutus or outfits inspired by superheroes such as the Fantastic 5K Finisher. This epic event descends on cities across the U.S., welcoming runners ages 13 and up to fend off water and foam before greeting crowds of spectators at the finish line. A post-race experience keeps things going with even more foam and festivities.
    Read More
    5555 Concord Pkwy S
    Concord, NC US