"There's always a way to get over any obstacle you think you can't get around," said 27-year-old Anthony Regole.
Regole found his way around one of the biggest obstacles of his life when he was 16.
"I was in a car accident and that's how I became a T-11 complete paraplegic," said Regole.
However, instead of feeling defeated he found new strength. Now, he and wants to share a piece of his strength with others. Regole started the SpineCore Foundation this year to give people with physical disabilities like 45 year old Pete LaPage a chance to do adaptive outdoors sports with a specialized camp.
"I don't like to be inside I need to be outside!" said LaPage.
24 years ago LaPage dropped off a 20 ft. embankment and broke his back during a three wheeler accident.
"Everyday there's a challenge you find a way to overcome make it a little adventure," said LaPage.
Breanna Kinneman started dealing with new challenges just a year ago when she had to have both legs amputated after a car crash. However, being around LePage and Regole showed her there's no reason to slow down.