Children with disabilities reach their peak potential through rock climbing

These kids are determined, motivated and utterly excited to rock climb. They’ve learned nothing will stop them — not even a disability. 11-year-old Rachel uses crutches.

“It feels so good and perfect for me,” she said. “It’s actually really fun and helps my legs a lot.”

Eight-year-old Chanel can’t walk, yet she seems to fly up the wall.

“This program has to be the single most fulfilling thing in my entire life,” said Peak Potential founder Dr. Jenfu Cheng.

About 18 years ago, avid climber and medical doctor Cheng founded Peak Potential, an organization that provides adaptive rock climbing to children with disabilities.

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