A June 2000 trip
to New York by jim
Quote: New York provides alot of great options for exercising both indoors and outdoors.
Attraction | "Rollerblade down Manhattan from the West Side"
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 16, 2000
City Streets of Manhattan
New York, New York
Attraction | "Running in Central Park"
59th To 110th Streets Between Fifth Avenue And Central Park West
New York 10023
Attraction | "Running in Riverside Park"
Riverside Drive and the Hudson River
New York, New York 10115
+1 212 870 3070
Attraction | "Extra Vertical Climbing Center--Harmony Atrium"
You have to get tested if you want to climb without one of the staff with you. Also, it is much less expensive if you can belay each other as opposed to hiring one of the employees. The training is pretty simple and you just have to pass a belay test. Then your "certification" is good for a year. Expect to pay around $25 a person if you don't have to get the training and an extra $20 if you do. You can rent a locker for your stuff for a couple of extra dollars.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on April 20, 2001
ExtraVertical Climbing Center
1 West 62nd St
New York, New York 10023
212 586 5718
Charlotte, North Carolina