Cultivate Climbing The River

Asheville, NC

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Address: 173 Amboy Road, Asheville NC 28806 How do we get there? Number: (828) 252-9996
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About this activity

Kids, don't climb the walls at home when you can climb at Cultivate Climbing, who are on a mission to create an outstanding climbing facility that helps climbers of all abilities train to become their best!

In fact, it's the perfect activity for kids of all ages from 3 to 83! Not only can you try your skills at the indoor climbing facilty, but you can also give the outdoor guided adventures a go in the mountains surrounding Asheville! 

Cultivate Climbing has two locations, and The River is open to public climbs (as opposed to just private rental). Here, you can climb and train right in the middle of Asheville!

Their indoor and outdoor climbing facilities offer bouldering, top-rope, as well as lead-climbing accessible to all skill levels (so if you have ever wanted to try rock climbing, now is your chance!)

Indoor climbing and training space lets you escape the mountains when the weather turns bad, which is always a plus! If you want to learn the skills or improve on your current skills, check out some of climbing instructions on offer. The skilled instructors will be there to show you the ropes (literally!) and help you on your journey!

Also at Cultivate Climbing you’ll find weight training equipment, multiple training boards including a kilter board, as well as routes that are regularly reset so that climbers can always come in and climb new routes!

C'mon kids, what are you waiting for you? Are you excited to climb the day away at Cultivate Climbing? Let's go!

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How much does it cost?



$20 single session + rental



$15 single session + rental (Under 18s)



Multi session / monthly passes available for discounts


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Cultivate Climbing The River FAQ’s

They sells Cliff Bars, Vitamin Water and organic cookies!

Not sure what to wear? At a minimum, a shirt and something to cover your bum. Skirts, skorts, kilts, and the like are not compatible with wearing a harness. Climbing attire ranges from yoga pants and lycra to jeans paired with a t-shirt or tank top. You’ll want to be able to move and rub up on gritty surfaces. Think “athleisure” and you’ll fit right in.

They offer a full line of educational and experiential services. Basic Physics and how it applies to climbing, strong communication, and initiative activities. Team-building and trust exercises are available.

It's always a good idea to take your own water

Give them a call to chat about accessibility or any disabilities you have questions about

Summer day-camps, summer overnight camps, weekly youth programs, and youth climbing teams.

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