Indoor climbing facilities are great practice for outdooor climbing. In New York , Massahusetts we are able to provide accessible and affordable in door climbing opportunities for the population of people with disabilities all year round on a weekly basis. We have also provided climbing clinics in Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Adaptive Climbing in Massachusetts
Sean O'Neill shows paras how to get out their wheel chairs and get climbing at an adaptive clinic in September 2013
Jeff from Lake Placid, New York comes to visit Masachusetts shows folks how he specializes in sports prosthetics and assisted devices.
In Massachusetts volunteers learned how to use the "Easy Seat" harness invented by Misty Mountain Harnesses.
A teenager gets his first try at bouldering using a specialized climbing prosthetic.
United Cerebal Palsy of NY
Volunteers from NYU Hospital's Physical Therapy department and United Cerebral Palsy of New York hosted by ACG.
NYU Pediatrics Climbing Day
June 2014 with ACG member Tommy Lyon we had some fun climbing in Coatesville, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia Rock Gym.
Philadelphia Rock Gym 2014
No Wheelchair no problem!
Brenna is psyched on Climbing in Somerville, MA
It's A Family Affair
We encourage everyone to get involved when it comes to climbing, like this family in Valhalla, NY
more climbing at The Cliffs CLimbing and Fitness in Valhalla, New York.
recent cancer survivor and her mom visiting the US taking in a little climbing.
Physical Therapy on the ground
Physical Therapy student Brittany helps out with some stretching in between climbs.
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Using Misty Mountain's Arc Harness. This guy was able to go to the top!
Helen Hayes Hospital Clinic 2013
The Cliffs Climbing facility in Valhalla, NY.
In 2013 we hosted two adaptive climbing clinics for Helen Hayes Hospital, 2014 there are four schedueled.