Wilson Center will be closed for renovations August 12-20, 2017.
The mission of Duke Adaptive Climbing is to provide rock climbing opportunities to individuals with disabilities in the triangle area. Opportunities to learn to rock climb are available to ambulatory and non-ambulatory teens, adults and children ages 6 and up.
Duke Adaptive Climbing is a volunteer driven program that works to create a welcoming and fully inclusive environment to learn the sport of rock climbing. We currently offer monthly clinics at the Duke Climbing Wall, Triangle Rock Club and the Chapel Hill Community Center. We are always looking for new volunteers and participants to get involved with our program.
For more information on upcoming events and to register as a participant or volunteer, please visit our website dukeadpativeclimbing.org.
The aim of the Duke Adaptive Climbing Team is to provide opportunities to foster the growth of individuals with various disabilities through rock climbing in a team based environment. The team will practice weekly, implementing progressive training programs to support each climber’s individual growth. All members will work together with a group of coaches and volunteers to support each other as they journey further into the sport of rock climbing.
Season 1: May 13th – June 10th
Season 2: July 15th – August 12th
Cost: $50 per climber
All practices will take place Saturday mornings from 10am – 12pm at the Duke Climbing Wall or Triangle Rock Club in Morrisville.
For more information about participating or volunteering as a coach contact Chris Hendricks firstname.lastname@example.org