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Thank you to everyone involved in our 2018 Base Camp Breakfast for making it a success!
Please check back in early 2019 for details on our 4th annual Base Camp Breakfast!
What is the Base Camp Breakfast?
To generate awareness and support for adaptive climbing programs, Paradox Sports takes over Boulder’s finest hotel – The St. Julien – for its annual Base Camp Breakfast. Passionate climbers, outdoor enthusiasts, and the business community comes together to hear from some of the biggest athletes in adaptive adventure sports.
Together we can make open spaces and parks more accessible.
You don’t want to miss the 2018 Base Camp Breakfast – an early morning filled with encouragement, motivation, great food and great community.
In September 2016, we hosted our first annual Base Camp Breakfast at the historic St. Julien Hotel & Spa in Boulder, CO. Nearly 200 people across many industries joined us to celebrate Paradox Sports’ work with adaptive climbing – medical professionals, professional climbers, adaptive athletes, outdoor enthusiasts, volunteers, and passionate community members. We were blown away by the support we received.
The 2016 Base Camp Breakfast was kicked off by keynote speaker Kyle Maynard and his story about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro as a quadruple amputee. We were also joined by Paradox Sports Ambassador Chad Jukes, only months after becoming one of the first American-born amputees to summit Mount Everest. Chad was also climbing to spread awareness about PTSD.
In November 2017, we were honored to have all three co-founders of Paradox Sports in the same room for our second Base Camp Breakfast. Malcolm Daly, D.J. Skelton, and Timmy O’Neill had a vision 10 years ago to create a community centered around adaptive sports, and their hard work and passion turned Paradox Sports from a dream into a reality.
Thank you for your interest in attending the 2019 Base Camp Breakfast!
Each year we have 25 Table Captains who are eager to share our mission with their community. Table Captains personally fill their table of 10 to help ensure we have a full room of guests – both new and old supporters of adaptive climbing. Because of the structure of the event, spaces are limited for additional guests and each year the Base Camp Breakfast sells out!
If you wish to attend next year independent of a Table Captain invite, please register here:
Be a Table Captain at the 2019 Base Camp Breakfast
Thank you for your interest in being a Table Captain for the 2019 Base Camp Breakfast!
We will be filling the grand ballroom at the St. Julien Hotel and Spa with nearly 200 people and showing them why our community needs Paradox Sports. By filling your table of 10, you will help ensure we have a full room of guests – both new and old supporters of adaptive climbing.
To support to our table captains, we will be sending you material to share with your network to increase awareness and excitement about the Base Camp Breakfast. We will also host a Table Captain Kickoff event closer to the breakfast to thoroughly connect about event details!
If you are available to be a Table Captain next year, please register here:
Interested in sponsoring the 2019 Base Camp Breakfast? We need you! With more than 200 guests in attendance each year, underwriting this event means that 100 percent of all donations that morning will directly benefit our mission of providing adaptive climbing programs for people with disabilities.