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Celebrating Birthdays by Canyoneering

Is there a better way to celebrate your birthday than going on an adventure? (No! The answer is no!) Recently, two amazing women celebrated their birthdays with us by going on a canyoneering trip. There was a lot of laughter as we slid down natural waterslides, hopped from boulder to boulder, explored canyons, and rappelled […]

How do I prepare for my Asheville Zipline Adventure?

You’re going ziplining in Asheville with French Broad Adventures! Awesome. We want to help you plan and prepare so you can have the adventure of a lifetime. What to wear? What to bring? When to show up? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Before you book your trip, please read and be sure you […]

Asheville Vacation – We’ve planned it for you!

Sometimes planning a vacation is more stressful than it should be. After all, you’re going on vacation to get away from stress! That’s why we’ve put together this guide for an Asheville vacation. Mix-n-match the following to create your perfect getaway BUT we recommend you leave one day flexible. So, if you’re planning a 5-day trip, leave […]

Asheville Wellness Tours

There are so many amazing things to see and do in Asheville that the choices can get overwhelming. And the last thing you want to feel while vacationing or taking a much-deserved day off is stressed. Enter our new partner: Asheville Wellness Tours! Asheville Wellness Tours showcases some of the things that make our area […]

7 Reasons to Zipline in the Blue Ridge Mountains with French Broad Adventures

1.     10 Ziplines for Less than the Price Of 3?! That’s right! Our competitor’s package of 3 ziplines costs more than our 10 zipline course. 2.     We are Close to Asheville – Only 25 Minutes Away! Have evening plans in downtown Asheville, but still want to raft or zipline? Great! Our outpost is only 25 […]

The History of Whitewater Rafting

Rafting and canoeing was an ancient tradition for Native Americans who were the first to navigate North America’s rivers. They transported people, food, and supplies along rivers and also rafted rivers to hunt and find the best places to fish. Native American were skilled in building wooden rafts and canoes. They passed their knowledge down […]