Pacific North West – The Outdoors

United States North West Outdoors

Accessible Trails in all states – at Traillink you can find wheelchair accessible trails.

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Waterfall Multnomah (30 minutes drive from Portland) – the must go see tourist attraction in the area

Editor’s pick: Wheelchair Destinations

If you like the outdoors, you must definitely check out Wheelchair Destinations. In these videos you will see a complete overview of accommodation, things to do and how to get around in over 40 videos in the states of Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.

Enjoy the full playlist here – definitely recommended for all who love to go explore the Pacific North West in all its beauty!

More tips from John

Check out Travel Oregon to find over 2300 handicap accessible locations in list view (if you use the map you will find some 1700 places to go) and Travel Portland. Depending on the persons ability, the Columbia and Willamette River day cruises are nice.  

If you need a little exercise after a dinner of Columbia River Salmon and a tasty dessert, take a hike (Traillink shows 54 results for accessible trails in the state of Oregon).

Idaho, Montana, Wyoming

Yellowstone Park

The park app shares detailed accessibility info. Download the app or read more here.

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Yellowstone Park Wyoming



Eagle Mount (adaptive skiing, horse riding, aquatics program)


Washington State Parks has created an interactive map with over 90 accessible locations.

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ADA accessible interactive state map

Reading tip

Article about experiencing the outdoors by Disabled Hikers

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