Paraclimbers go head-to-head with climbers for charity

The climbers scaled a cliff wearing blindfolds or using just one leg in the Park Slope competition.

The climbers scaled a cliff wearing blindfolds or using just one leg in the Park Slope competition. (5/31/15)

BROOKLYN - Climbers competed against paraclimbers in the name of charity Sunday.

The climbers scaled a cliff wearing blindfolds or using just one leg in the Park Slope competition.

The event raised funds for the paraclimbers to compete in the USA Adaptive Rock Climbing Nationals in Georgia.

Both experienced climbers and people who were trying the sport for the first time participated in the event.

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