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 can rock climb all day and gather around the campfire at night.
  • Multi-Pitch Events: Take your climbing to the next level with an adaptive ascent of the Grand Teton, brought to you in partnership with Exum Mountain Guides.


Join the Paradox Community and Register for a 2015 Event Today! 


♦ Shelf Road Rendevous October 3-4: This weekend is all about Community – Join others from the Paradox Sports community for 2 days of amazing adaptive climbing on the popular cliffs at Shelf Road to celebrate the end of another great outdoor climbing season in Colorado! All abilities welcome.  Shelf Road Registration and More Information 


♦ Paradox Rocks! Friday Oct 16 – Sunday Oct 18, Shawangunks “the Gunks”, NY – Paradox Sports is hosting our annual adaptive climbing weekend event at the world famous Gunks in New York! Climbing guides, entrance fee into the Trapps ($18/day), instruction, gear, and meals are all included in our low registration fee. All experience levels, abilities and ages are welcome!! More Information Here – THIS POPULAR EVENT IS FULL FOR 2015, please check back next year to join us! 


♦  Paradox Rocks! Friday Oct 23-Sunday Oct 25, Red River Gorge, KY: Join us for an adaptive climbing weekend event at Red River Gorge, Kentucky! Climbing guides, instruction, gear and meals are all included in a low registration fee. All experience levels, abilities and ages are welcome!  Registration and More Information Here
*Sign up to attend the Paradox Party co sponsored by Philly Rock Gym on Saturday night featuring live music, bonfire, pizza, and a raffle to benefit Paradox Sports! More info Here


♦  Multi-Pitch Event: Tuesday Sept 1 – Sunday 6, 2015, Grand Teton, WY: An attempt on the Grand Teton is a rigorous event and requires a certain level of physical fitness and climbing skills. The journey begins with a Multipitch Climbing Level 1 and 2 course with Exum. Train hard and join us next September!      More Infomation Here

  • Also check out Will Strathamm’s new documentary “A Grand Pursuit” which followed our team submitting the Grand on our 2014 trip!



Dan Boozan climbs in Eldorado Canyon, Colorado

Pete Davis Profile

Pete Davis climbing in Yosemite National Parks


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