Coyote P&O Hosts First Climb in Boise

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Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics, Boise, Idaho, hosted an OPAF First Climb at Boise State University. Over 40 participants, from children to seniors, participated along with family members and support staff from the Idaho climbing community.

Over 40 participants learned climbing skills.

Photograph courtesy of OPAF.

The clinic, led by national paraclimber and coach Tommy Lyon and assisted by Boise State staff, helped participants climb walls and introduced some to bouldering. 

Annie Carey, a Paralympic hopeful from Boise, was on hand as was Jennifer Skeesick, regional director for Challenged Athletes Foundation Idaho. Two adaptive climbers from from the Gemstone Gym in Twin Falls also joined the event.