The Paradox Sports Adaptive Climbing Curriculum includes 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, amputation, visual/hearing impairment, and neuromuscular disorders. The comprehensive adaptive climbing manual is the first of its kind and is currently available through the delivery of our clinic.
We provide direction when forming an adaptive climbing club, whether joining forces with existing community partners or building it from the ground up. We also provide information and access on the acquisition of adaptive climbing equipment. We take a holistic community approach and our goal is to create meaningful, effective and lasting adaptive sport that promotes stewardship of person, purpose and place.
Watch the video of Paradox Sports delivering the Curriculum at the University of Central Missouri by clicking here.
Learn more about the Front Range Adaptive Climbing Club.
Kids’ Adaptive Climbing Night
Wednesday, September 24th from 5:30-7:00pm
We have recently received The North Face Explore Fund to improve and expand our climbing curriculum programs! In celebration, we are hosting our first Kids’ Adaptive Climbing Night at the Boulder Rock Club. The event will be free for disabled athletes and $8 for each additional family member who wants to climb. There is a max of 25 participants so we encourage people to register ASAP!
To sign up, click here.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-638-5593 with questions and/or inquiries to bring the Paradox Sports Adaptive Climbing Curriculum to your town!