There are many accessible recreation opportunities near Boise, Idaho. Here are three ideas for disabled travelers!
Rock Shelter Trail is a two spoon wheelchair hikeable trail in North Cascades National Park that features a historic site and a creek.
This guide provides an accessibility overview of redwood and giant sequoia parks. Reviewed by Syren Nagakyrie, founder of Disabled Hikers, for Save The Redwoods League, using ADA/ABA guidelines and personal and professional experience.
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden is a wheelchair accessible garden and wildlife site in Portland, Oregon.
Big Creek Nature Trail is a two spoon accessible hike through the rainforest located near Hoodsport, WA.
Marymere Falls is a two- or five-spoon hike through old growth forest near Lake Crescent, Washington.
Tales from the Trails: Blue Mound State Park near Madison, Wisconsin offers accessible camping and swimming.
Madison Falls is a 1/10 mile one spoon wheelchair accessible trail to waterfall near Port Angeles, WA.
Trail Report: Lake Aldwell/Elwha Dam Overlook is a two spoon, partially wheelchair accessible trail near Port Angeles.
Deschutes Falls Park is a four spoon, muddy hike to stunning river and waterfall views. The park is near Olympia and Mount Rainier.