Paradox Trainings

  • Paradox Sports Northeast is a volunteer-led chapter based in Connecticut working to improve peoples lives by creating adaptive sports communities through rock and ice climbing programs on the East Coast. We seek to recognize and foster an individual’s potential and strength, defying the assumption that people with a physical disability can’t lead a life of […]

  • The Paradox Sports Adaptive Climbing Trainings include a comprehensive manual and hands-on clinic to promote the importance of adaptive climbing while developing safe, inclusive, supportive communities for adaptive athletics.  The curriculum explains the specifics for creating and curating this program at climbing gyms, universities, existing and emerging adaptive sports agencies and outdoor clubs with a focus on physical adaptation with paralysis, […]

  • Working with U.S. military veterans is where Paradox began. Paradox Veterans is a series of backpacking, mountaineering, river rafting, and rock climbing trips specifically designed to empower injured veterans as they reintegrate back into civilian life.  Our first veterans-specific ascent took place on September 11, 2012 when we summited the Grand Teton with a team […]

  • These are our one-of-a-kind World Class adaptive ice climbing clinics in Ouray, CO and North Conway, NH. We provide all ability levels of instruction to all types of mobility limitations. This is one of the best and most fun Ice Climbing events of the year!

  • Enjoy an afternoon or evening of stand up paddleboarding (SUP), socializing and community BBQ at Lagerman Reservoir. (Click here to see a map of the location.) The event is open to adults and kids with physical disabilities and a family member or close friend.

  • Rock climbing is at our roots.  We currently offer 3 types of rock climbing centered events: Front Range Adaptive Climbing Club: We climb THREE times/month around CO. Please visit this page on our site for more info and schedule: Paradox Rocks Events: A legendary series of weekend gatherings where people with disabilities, their friends, partners and families […]

  • Spending time deep in wilderness is a powerful experience for anyone. Enjoying the calm and peaceful surroundings is a healthy way to rejuvenate the mind and spirits. Together we will experience personal growth, build skills in teamwork and communication, and getting outside your comfort zone on this multi-day backpacking adventure.