Enock grew up in Patten, a small town in northern Maine, and now resides in Bethel, Maine. As a child with Spina Bifida, Enock had to learn to do things differently than others but with the use of adaptive equipment and help from friends and family, he has had a very full life.
He has had the opportunity to experience a lot of things that people with two working legs may not even try. Enock is an avid rock climber and skier, as well as active in many other sports including tennis, basketball, paragliding and skydiving. Through an internship related to his studies in computer science he was able to travel across the United States in 2016 and visit some of our most cherished outdoor spaces including many national parks. He culminated his internship experience in California with a 5 day ascent of “Zodiac” on El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, which was filmed by Craig Muderlak for a movie to be released in Spring 2017.
Despite what some may call a setback in life he has made it his mission to inspire others to get out and try things and experience as much in life as they possibly can. All of his adventures can be followed at his blog: www.gobeyondthefence.com