Group Hike: Railroad Bridge Park, Sequim, WA

Join Disabled Hikers for (perhaps) our last hike of the season at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim! The park is a trailhead for the Olympic Discovery Trail with a beautiful bridge over the Dungeness River. It is a level, paved path – wheel-users welcome! We’ll also visit the Audubon Center if there is interest.

RSVP here or on Facebook so we know to expect you!

Where: Railroad Bridge Park, Sequim, WA
When: Saturday, October 12, 1:00pm
Trail Description: This is a wheelchair-accessible trail. A paved path leads to a bridge over the river and then continues on with beautiful views of the Olympics. We’ll travel only as far as the group is comfortable.
Pets: Service animals always welcome. Pets who are comfortable in group settings welcome.
Cost: Suggested donation of $5 – $15.
Parking: Paved parking area with accessible parking spots.

We welcome anyone who needs a group of supportive, slow moving hikers. We also welcome those who are new to hiking and supportive friends and family. The group hikes together; we match the pace of the ‘slowest’ hiker, rest when needed, and make decisions about when to turn back as a group.

Disabled Hikers is an inclusive group. All of our hikes begin with a moment to honor the ancestral people of the land and their living descendants, and introductions. You will also be welcomed to share a bit about why you are here. There is never any pressure to share anything, and if you want to be anonymous that is okay too.

Other things to keep in mind:

Please read the hike description. Trails are chosen to be as enjoyable as possible for the most folks, but only you can decide if a hike is appropriate for you.
Please do not offer anyone advice or assistance without asking first.
If you have questions at any time, please ask. We’re here for you!

Want to support this work of providing resources and events for disabled hikers? Make a one-time donation through PayPal or a recurring monthly donation through Patreon.

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