Presented by Extremity Games,
an Athletes with Disabilities Network Program
April 9, 2011 from 10 am - 6 pm
Joshus Tree National Park, California
This full day adaptive rock climbing Clinic will introduce persons with disabilities to outdoor climbing through top-rope climbing style. This clinic is focused on athletes with a leg or arm amputation. Anyone living with limb loss or limb difference is welcome to attend. Clinics will consist of instruction for beginner to intermediate climbers.
Two AMGA certified guides, as well as elite rock climbing athlete and above knee amputee Ronnie Dickson, will be on-hand providing instruction. All equipment and gear will be provided.
For more information contact:
Ronnie Dickson at 863.651.6844.
There are a limited number of spots available. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Registration Fee: $20, which includes lunch, a full day of climbing with instruction, all equipment and dinner.
Registration opens online January 15, 2011 at www.adnpage.org/JTclinic.
The Ronnie Dickson Project: Amputee Climbing from Louder Than 11 on Vimeo.