Since releasing the first-ever adaptive climbing manual, Paradox Sports hit the road to spread the knowledge, technical skills and passion for adaptive climbing from coast to coast. Since 2015, we have facilitated 30+ adaptive climbing trainings across 16 states & 1 province at the following locations:

Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference –
Atlanta, GA
http://www.aore.org

photo by Cedar Wright

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center –
Breckenridge, CO
www.boec.org

Canadian Adaptive Climbing Society –
Squamish, BC
canadianadaptiveclimbing.com/

Climb Iowa –
Grimes, IA
https://www.climbiowa.com/

Climbing Wall Association Summit –
Golden, CO
www.climbingwallindustry.org

Colorado College –
Colorado Springs, CO
https://www.coloradocollege.edu/

Colorado Mountain School –
Boulder, CO
https://coloradomountainschool.com/

Colorado State University –
Pueblo, CO
https://www.csupueblo.edu/

Disabled Sports USA –
Houston, TX
Medford, OR
www.disabledsportsusa.org/

Evo Rock
Concord, NH
https://www.evorock.com/concord-nh/

Evo Rock
Indianapolis, IN
http://climbepic.com/

Footprints
Colorado Springs, CO

Garrett College
McHenry, MD
http://www.garrettcollege.edu/

Grand Valley Climbing
Grand Junction, CO
http://www.grandvalleyclimbing.com/

Northeast Adaptive Climbing Club
Prime Climb, CT
http://www.primeclimb.com/

No Barriers Summit
Copper, CO
Salt Lake City, UT
http://www.nobarriersusa.org/summit/

Northland College
Ashland, WI
https://www.northland.edu/

Pathfinder Ranch –
Mountain Center, CA
http://pathfinderranch.com/

Rock Spot
Boston, MA
http://rockspotclimbing.com/

SUNY Cortland
Cortland, NY
http://www.cortland.edu/

Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
https://www.temple.edu/

University of Colorado – Boulder
Boulder, CO
http://www.colorado.edu/
University of New Hampshire –

Durham, NH
http://www.unh.edu/

Yale Climbing Club –
New Haven, CT