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Sport and fitness, Climbing Paris et sa banlieue
Arkose (© EP / Time Out Paris)
© EP / Time Out Paris
Arkose (© EP / Time Out Paris)
© EP / Time Out Paris
Arkose (© EP / Time Out Paris)
© EP / Time Out Paris

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Scale new heights at this rock climbing centre in Montreuil. And then treat yourself to a beer.

Inside an old warehouse in Montreuil, rock climbing, beers and burgers make for an intriguing combination. At Arkose, the order is up to you: climb first, then eat, or vice versa. The space offers 150 different surfaces to climb, with plenty of options for both kids and experienced climbers. You can ascend up to four metres above ground using your arms and legs alone, or up to 20 metres high with a rope, but there’s also (fortunately) a thick landing mat to catch you in case you fall.

All that scaling certainly builds up an appetite, so happily Arkose is also a bar and restaurant, with cosy couches for worn out limbs and a menu featuring restorative local beer (the famous Deck and Donohue, €5) and top-notch burgers.


By: Elsa Pereira



Address: 33 rue du Progrès
Transport: Metro: Robespierre
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-12mid. Sat-Sun and holidays 9am-12mid
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