A 5,280ft vertical challenge to benefit Paradox sports Connecticut

 
 
 

Sign Up!

Enroll at the front desk to begin your vertical mile challenge today. Its totally free and Carabiners will donate $5 to Paradox Sports Connecticut just for trying.

CLIMB!

Keep track of everything you top-rope, lead or boulder at Carabiners on the scoresheet we provide. It all adds up, its fun, you'll get in shape and together we'll support a great cause.

Win!

Complete your mile before March 31, 2015 to win a free t-shirt AND Carabiners will donate an additional $15 to Paradox Sports ($20 total) in your name.

Good luck!

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Paradox Sports works to improve the lives of athletes and veterans living with physical disabilities through human-power adventure sports like rock and ice climbing. We provide inspiration, opportunities and specialized adaptive equipment so that anyone is able to be an active participant in human-powered sports.

Learn about Paradox Sports

Veteran and volunteer Nick Colgan gives a little assistance to  Sean O'Neill at a recent Paradox Rocks event at the Gunks in NY.

Veteran and volunteer Nick Colgan gives a little assistance to  Sean O'Neill at a recent Paradox Rocks event at the Gunks in NY.

Neil Taylor aka "The Blind Masseur" tops out on his first ice climb at a Paradox Ice event in New Hampshire in 2014.

Neil Taylor aka "The Blind Masseur" tops out on his first ice climb at a Paradox Ice event in New Hampshire in 2014.


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