Merit Badge Workshops are offered Saturday and Sunday. Camping is offered Friday Night (for out-of-council troops) and Saturday Night at the Adventure Center of Asheville (for everyone). Adventure Activities on Saturday and Sunday are also available at discounted prices. Every participant must pre-register (including siblings and adults) using the above link.
Friday Night Camping
Saturday Night Camping
ATAP is a challenge course in the trees that has over 77 unique climbing, rolling, walking, jumping, swinging, and rappelling challenges anchored to over 30 trees and towering poles tucked into a wooded park. There are 7 different adventure trails ranging from beginner to challenging levels. There are several elements that are representative of the activities you can do in North Carolina including a sky kayak, a parkway tunnel, a snowboard in the sky, swinging hula hoops, bumper boats and a zip hang glider, all in the trees that make this a “Truly Asheville Adventure.”
We use a new technology called “smart belays” that, when used properly, are designed to assure Park Guests are attached to safety systems at all times and cannot detach from the system until they have completed the aerial trail and are back on the ground. Guests can explore freely knowing the safety system monitors their attachments and is designed to not allow accidental unclipping from the safety points. It is an active adventure that incorporates physical fitness and personal accomplishment.
For the Twilight trip, watch the world transform from dusk to night while climbing in the trees. Trails will be illuminated to give climbing the obstacles a new perspective. Over 15,000 colored lights, plus colorful lasers sparkling on thousands of leaves, cables, rope, and platforms throughout the park will create a mystical tree climbing experience like you can’t imagine.
An urban canopy tour that includes 7 ziplines and 1 sky bridge in treetop platforms on several large adventure towers with mountain and skyline views of Asheville. The sky bridge is an opportunity to slow down and look around in our largest trees to learn about the history of the city and the trees.
AZCA offers the best of many worlds. It is convenient to Asheville and exciting. It is urban with views of downtown Asheville. And it is set on a 124-acre resort and designated tree preserve perched in and amongst some of the oldest and largest oak trees in Asheville. Zippers will enjoy scenic mountain views, as well as spectacular views of the Asheville skyline, as they fly through tree-lined corridors.
Part of the Adventure Center of Asheville is a bicycle experience called Kolo Bike Park with approx. 3 miles of purpose-built mountain bike and cyclo-cross trails; wooden features with a jump line on rolling terrain; and an adult and kids pump track. We like to think of it as a mountain bike sampler-pack. Some of the features you’ll find are:
The park is designed for all rider levels. Whether you’re just learning, taking it easy, or looking to push your edge a bit – you’ll find a taste of it at Kolo Bike Park. Hand-built single track in wooded space
The Adventure Center of Asheville is located adjacent to the Crowne Plaza Resort at 85 Expo Drive in Asheville.
Take Exit 3A off of I-240 | Off Patton Ave behind Regent Park