Paradox Sports is pleased to announce that the seventh annual Paradox Ice event will be held in Ouray Ice Park on Feb. 28 – March
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2. Throughout the weekend, 20 adaptive athletes will learn about the specialized equipment and adaptive techniques needed to climb vertical walls of ice.
Participants range from wounded warriors with PTSD to amputees and the visually impaired. Registration includes meals, lodging, equipment rentals and guide services.
“The challenge and exhilaration of climbing ice is complemented by the exceptionally scenic mountain environment of Ouray the ‘Switzerland of America,’ with the excellent food, drink and hot springs of the town beckoning,” said Pete Davis, Program
Director for this year’s event.
On Thursday, Feb. 27, Davis, a below the elbow amputee, will join forces with Sean O’Neill, a T-12 paraplegic, and Andres Marin, a local guide, to climb Bridal Veil Falls, a 365-foot waterfall in Telluride, Colorado.
A community night fundraiser will be held on Saturday, March 1 at the Ouray Community Center. The fundraiser will consist of screening short films and a live auction. All proceeds will be split between Paradox Sports and Ouray Ice Park, the world’s first park devoted exclusively to the sport of ice climbing.
Co-founder and below-the-knee amputee, Malcolm Daly, launched Paradox Ice in 2008: “Ice is the great equalizer. None of us can climb it without adaptive equipment. We just go one step further.”
Paradox Ice is open to people with physical disabilities, their families or caretakers and military veterans. This is event is made possible by Ouray Ice Park and San Juan Mountain Guides. For more information or to register for the upcoming climbs, please visit http://paradoxsports.org/programs/paradox-ice.