A pipeline to the connecticut climbing community
for adults with physical disabilities
Adaptive climbing club
The RCF Adaptive Climbing Club is a casual, fun, and welcoming group of climbers and volunteers who share a love for climbing.
Climbers of all experience levels and abilities are welcome to join us.
RCF provides discounted day passes, specialized equipment and assistance (if necessary) to individuals with a variety of physical disabilities, including: amputation or limb difference, spinal cord injury, paralysis, TBI, sensory disabilities, neurological disorders and invisible injuries.
Climbing is for any body.
March 22, 2019
$15 for climbers (or pay what you can afford).
Free for RCF members and volunteers.
Reach out to Nate McKenzie (Program Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the front desk (203) 416-5500.
Support provided by
Equipment and training provided by Paradox Sports.
Paradox Sports is a national non-profit that provides adaptive climbing opportunities, training and equipment. Since 2007 Paradox events have been a place to connect, push limits and challenge beliefs about what’s possible with a disability. Through their Adaptive Climbing Initiative, local climbing clubs, national outdoor rock and ice climbing trips, our goal is to make climbing accessible to all.