For general interest and to be contacted about volunteer opportunities, we require all volunteers to fill out the following short questionnaire so we can keep things organized on our end – please take a minute to fill this out below.

Paradox has three main program areas – trips, trainings, and community. In 2016 we will run 8 trips across the country and occasionally need volunteers on theses trips. You can see our 2016 schedule through our website here and registration for volunteers will be through the same form as participants once it is posted in the next week or two. Not all trips have space for volunteer opportunities.

Another great way to get involved in the adaptive climbing community is to start your own local climbing club! We train gyms and other programs across the country on adaptive climbing to make their facilities more accessible to the adaptive community. Often these gyms will then start their own adaptive climbing clubs which will meet once a month and this might be a great way to take initiative or get involved locally wherever you are (we have an adaptive climbing club here in CO!). If you know a gym in your area that would benefit from these trainings, you can reach out to our Program Director Adam Fisher at


If you happen to be in Colorado, you are welcome to volunteer at our climbing club nights which meets 3 times per month around the Front Range.