Can you imagine climbing El Capitan? I can’t. But Steve Wampler imagined it and did it. All because he wants children with disabilities to not believe in limitations. Steve was born with a severe form of cerebral palsy. He has full use of one arm and partial use of his other arm. Yet he managed to climb the largest rock face in the world in Yosemite, twice the height of the Empire State Building. He designed a chair with a pulley system. Each pull raised him 2-6 inches. He trained for over a year. Over 6 days, with over 20,000 pulls, he reached the summit. Read the heart warming, inspiring story Watamplerascent.com and Wamplerfoundation.com.