Join Disabled Hikers for an accessible outing at Hidden Hollow Natural Area in Salt Lake City, Utah! We will take a short stroll and roll on the 0.5 mile paved path through the park, with an option to extend the outing to Sugar House Park. Learn accessible outdoor tips from the founder of Disabled Hikers while enjoying this oasis in the city with other people who are disabled. We welcome all people who are disabled, neurodivergent, and/or chronically ill.
Masks are required. If you can not wear a mask, you will be asked for proof of vaccination.
Where: Hidden Hollow Natural Area, Salt Lake City, Utah
When: Sunday November 14, 2021 at 2:00pm
A flat 0.5 mile long paved path travels along Parleys Creek. The park features native plant gardens and restoration areas. A longer route is possible by crossing under 2100 East to Sugar House Park. We will adapt the length of the outing to suit everyone’s needs. An aerial video of the park is available here.
Restrooms available in nearby retail stores. Drinking fountain is available. There are benches and picnic tables.
Service dogs are always welcome. Pets are discouraged to reduce potential conflict and accessibility issues.
Sliding scale $0 – $25
Park near the Petco in Sugar House Commons at 1165 Wilmington Ave Of. Travel east around the building and follow the sidewalk into the park.
Route 220 stops at 1300 E and 2188 S
Route 21 stops at 2100 S and 1206 E
About Disabled Hikers
Disabled Hikers is an inclusive disability-led and disability-centered organization grounded in principles of disability justice. Syren Nagakyrie, the founder of Disabled Hikers, is a multiply disabled and chronically ill person who is an enthusiastic about the outdoors and disability community.
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 adapt the hike to match the needs of everyone present, rest when needed, and make decisions about when to turn back as a group.
All of our events begin with a moment to honor the land and the Indigenous peoples, followed by group introductions. 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!