These rock climbers prove a disability doesn’t define them
On any given day at Brooklyn Boulders in Brooklyn, New York, a wide range of individuals chart their routes of varying difficulty up the rock climbing gym’s walls. Children, novices, seasoned climbers, world-class competitors, and visitors looking for a fun and challenging new experience make up a majority of the gym’s membership. Since 2012, a group called the Adaptive Climbing Group has sought to widen that demographic by offering climbers with permanent disabilities access to an affordable community program at the gym…Read More
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