Great Rock Climbing Opportunity

I get blind and disabled people from around the country writing me to ask about outdoor adventures in Colorado. Well, here's a really cool rock climbing adventure for blind folks as well as any other disabilities: a weekend with talented climbers (Chad was on our Lobuche expedition last year and Malcolm is a good friend with decades of experience) at one of the best crags in the state. There will be climbing options for total beginners as well as experts. It only costs $100 and includes the campsite and meals but you must register in advance. I'd be there if I didn't have prior obligations!
Paradox Rocks Takes on Shelf Road

We will be taking our Paradox Rocks program on the road the weekend of October 28-30. We plan to get out and defy gravity together on some of the premier limestone climbing in the country. We'll also be exploring the local biking and hiking trails and seeing what we can catch fishing the Arkansas.

We're excited to have new faces joining us to check out what a Paradox event is all about. From challenging climbs to hanging out by the campfire sharing stories, Paradox has an amazing weekend ahead. The athletes will even be testing out a few new climbing foot prototypes as well as having "gear time" with each other's equipment. Ultimately, the weekend will serve as a great reminder that it's up to each one of us to define life on our own terms, regardless of what people tell us what we can and can't do.

For those who'd like to see the magic of Paradox firsthand, you will be happy to know that there are still a few spots available if you are interested in joining us. To register or learn about this event: Paradox Rocks Shelf Road.