Brooklyn Boulders Somerville climber Meredith Koch was paralyzed by a falling piano last year (#endpianoviolence). But she’s discovered since that having a physical disability can actually open doors for creativity and passion.
Thanks to the BKB community in NYC, we raised over 3k to go towards Brooklyn Boulders Foundation. A huge thank you to everyone who donated and participated in our I AM ADAPTIVE competition!
UPDATE: Out SPREAD THE BKBLOVE initiative, where a $10 donation to our Brooklyn Boulders Foundation will get you a special return day pass, is now running through Monday, April 11!
Kids from low income families have a chance to come climb for a week through our BKBF scholarship program. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 6th.
In celebration of Veteran’s Day, we’re offering free Day Passes for Veteran’s, Active Duty and family members and a free Adaptive Climbing Clinic for disabled veterans. Join us!
Come help pack a backpack for homeless veterans at Brooklyn Boulders tomorrow night with BKBF, and stick around to climb after!
City Rocks pairs high school youth with mentors for building positive relationships through physical activity: climbing!
Love climbing? Spread the joy and become a City Rocks Mentor! Now accepting applications.
What does the future of climbing look like? As climbing grows in popularity, we must examine how we can bring the spirit of the sport to make it more accessible to all and integrate it into mainstream society for our betterment. The dirtbag climber must die.