Paradox Sports Northeast is a volunteer-led chapter based in Connecticut working to improve peoples lives by creating adaptive sports communities through rock and ice climbing programs on the East Coast.

We seek to recognize and foster an individual’s potential and strength, defying the assumption that people with a physical disability can’t lead a life of excellence.


Paradox Sports Northeast
A 3-day outdoor adaptive rock climbing and camping trip to the Shawangunks in New York. Typically schedule in early fall.
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PARADOX ICE: North Conway, NH
A 3-day adaptive ice climbing trip to the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Annually in February.
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Connecticut Adaptive Climbing Club
A bi-weekly indoor adaptive climbing club for adults (16+) held at Prime Climb in Wallingford, CT.
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Nate McKenzie | Regional Director
Paradox Sports Northeast

CT Adaptive Climbing Club

The Connecticut Adaptive Climbing Club is meetup-style climbing event open to adults (16+) of any skill level or physical ability.
Adaptive Climbing Club
Whether you’re a seasoned climber or total beginner, this is a great opportunity to have fun and connect with fellow adaptive climbers. There’s no charge to participate with our group and your first visit to the gym is free. Folks with any physical disability are welcome.

Meets: 1st and 3rd Monday each month, 7pm
Location: Prime Climb, 340 Quinnipiac Street, Wallingford, CT [Map]
Cost: First visit is FREE. Otherwise $10 gym pass (Reg $15).
Equipment: Gym rental equipment (harness, shoes, chalk) $5 (reg $7). Paradox adaptive equipment provided free of charge.

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Participants are encouraged to register in advance.