Happy Birthday to Sean O’Neill, the man who is leading the movement of adaptive climbing! In the summer of 2013, O’Neill, a T-12 paraplegic who has been confined to a wheelchair for over a decade, successfully led the second pitch of “Jam Crack,” a traditionally

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protected route in Yosemite National Park. While O’Neill is no stranger to the Valley (he has climbed El Capitan on three separate occasions), this was the first time in history that a paraplegic led a pitch for an able-bodied partner to follow. He has pushed his wheelchair up New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington in less than six hours, and from Hilo Bay, on Hawaii’s ‘Big Island’ to the 13,803-foot summit of Mauna Kea in 40 hours. In 2009, Sean and his brother Timmy teamed-up for the difficult ascent of Peak 6000, a thousand-foot wall in the glaciated Ruth Gorge of Alaska. Their journey is portrayed in the film Brothers Wild. Today, Sean lives as an artist in Maine and is currently training for his next epic adventure. #inspiration #climbing