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Rock Climbing, adaptive - Northland

This weekly adaptive rock climbing class is for people with disabilities. This is an introduction to indoor climbing using a top-rope climbing style. You’ll be able to challenge yourself at your own pace, achieve new heights and push your own boundaries – in a fun, social and supportive atmosphere.

NOTE: This class is also offered at our Twin Cities location.

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What it is

Rock climbing is inherently a social activity that encourages like-minded people to come together and form a community sharing experiences, stories, success and challenges. Through rock climbing you can expect to:

  • improve health and fitness
  • become stronger
  • increase flexibility and balance
  • employ mental strategies of planning, anticipation and focus

What to expect

Good technique is more important than physical strength when it comes to rock climbing, which makes this a great sport for many. You’ll climb at your own pace and at the level of difficulty that is right for you physically. Athletes will be paired up one on one with a trained volunteer instructor. With climbing you are your own competition - as you master techniques you can increase the difficulty of your climbing route.

Good to know

All equipment and gear is provided.

Get involved

Share your love of rock climbing by becoming a volunteer instructor for the adaptive rock climbing class. To become a volunteer or learn more, contact volunteer coordinator, Beth Albrecht, 218-726-4834 ext#3.

For information and to register

Contact information

Eric Larson
Phone: 218-726-4762

Fee information

See registration link for fee information.

No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships are available. Contact for more information.

What to bring

Bring yourself and a positive attitude. We’ll supply the location, gear and equipment.

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