Paradox Rocks
Paradox Rocks is a legendary series of weekend gatherings where people with physical adaptive needs along with their friends, partners and families can rock climb during the day and gather around the campfire at night. 
This will be a weekend of cutting edge adaptive climbing techniques and equipment demonstrated by world-class adaptive athletes and people like YOU! Our professional instructors and guides will handle the rope and adaptive rigging allowing us a safe, fun and supportive environment while maximizing each individual's success.  
Climbing and adaptive gear will be available for use if needed, however please feel free to bring your own gear if you have it. Lodging, meals and activities will be included with registration including special events, films and slideshows!
FREE Stand-up Paddleboarding Clinic on Sept. 28

Paradox Sports, Adaptive Adventures and Sportainability will be hosting our final 
FREE stand-up paddleboarding clinic of the season - no experience necessary. We will provide paddleboard, instruction and barbecue lunch.
Paradox Sports Hits the Road

This fall, Osprey Packs and Paradox Sports are teaming-up to spread our mission and programming. Through a series of public speaking presentations, live musical performances and adaptive climbing clinics, Executive Director Timmy O'Neill will tour across the East Coast to promote the vision and values of Paradox Sports. Check our blog to see if we're headed to a town near you.

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September Facebook Contest

Like us on Facebook and be eligible to win a new Volt 60 by Osprey Packs! Check out our page for more details and a chance to win!

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For Wounded Vets, Climbing Half Dome Only Half The Mission

Timmy O'Neill is guiding Steve Baskis through ancient yellow pines that almost touch the sky. They're hiking all day to base camp in California's Yosemite National Park, 2,000 feet up in Little Yosemite Valley.

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Vets Mark Sept. 11 Anniversary With Yosemite Climb

Fifteen Iraq and Afghanistan vets, many of them disabled, climbed Half Dome and El Capitan in Yosemite National Park on Sept. 11. The climb is the culmination of a three-day hike, which for many of the vets has had the therapeutic effect of reproducing a combat patrol - just without the bombs or bullets.

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Jon Sedor Represents USA and Paradox Sports in 2013 London Paraclimbing Cup 

Jon Sedor, 25-year-old grad student at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, heads to London this week to represent Paradox Sports in the Paraclimbing Cup. We first met Sedor at the 2013 Vail GoPro Games, where he placed second in the upper-extremity category of the rock climbing competition.

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