An empowering challenge event with a difference
The Krazy Kosci Klimb is an empowering challenge event for young people living with cerebral palsy or other disability. Open to people from the age of 12, the event is centred on 20 lead participants, each assisted by their support teams, walking the summit track from Charlotte Pass to the top of Mount Kosciuszko.
The idea for this unique event came from Hannah Diviney, a teenager living with cerebral palsy who wanted to create an opportunity whereby she and other young adults could benefit from the life changing rewards that challenge events can bring. With the assistance of her parents and family friend Mick Campbell, the idea for the Krazy Kosci Klimb was born.
The first ever Krazy Kosci Klimb was held in February 2014. In four years, this unique event has provided an opportunity for 75 teenagers and young adults living with a disability to challenge themselves to go beyond their best and reach the top of Australia.
Thanks to their participation and to the generous support of their family, friends and sponsors the Krazy Kosci Klimb has raised over $900,000 providing essential funding for the Accessible Gym and Sports Program at Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
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Check out our Krazy Kosci Klimb video from 2017 which gives you an insight into this amazing event.