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Yosemite National Park To Host 7th Annual Adaptive Climbing Program

Yosemite National Park to host the 7th Annual Adaptive Climbing Program on Tuesday (Sept. 10) for disabled veterans.

WHAT: Yosemite National Park and Paradox Sports are honoring all of those lost on September 11th and our U.S. Service members by hosting a special adaptive climbing program for disabled veterans during the week of September 11.

Paradox Sports is a Boulder, Colorado-based nonprofit that specializes in making rock climbing accessible for people with disabilities.

Event participants have come to Yosemite National Park, hailing from across the United States, to camp, participate in adaptive rock climbing, and to find a sense of community with each other.

Please meet Ranger Scott Gediman at 8:45 am in front of the Administration Building. The group will caravan to the event site for a short ceremony and then proceed to the rock climbing area.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 10 at 8:45 a.m.

WHERE: Administration Building, Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, 9039 Village Drive, Yosemite, CA 95389.

WHO: Park rangers from Yosemite National Park and representatives from Paradox Sports will be on hand to talk about the Adaptive Climbing Program.

PHOTO & VIDEO OPPORTUNITIES: Event participants and instructors will be rock climbing through the use of adaptive climbing.

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