Accessible travel information for all who live in or plan to visit the Pacific North West.
High quality accessible travel tips, entertaining and very detailed.
FEATURED: WHEELCHAIR DESTINATIONS
Accessible Adventures In The Pacific Northwest is a presentation of Wheelchair Destinations
This Youtube channel is most definitely the best accessible travel information we found online.
It contains some 40 videos of accessible recreation areas in the states of Oregon and Washington.
The most spectacular video is of John flying through the forest! At our Youtube channel you find an entire playlist of all parks visited.
The beautifully and very professionally made videos (40 in total) by John ‘Wheelchair Destinations‘ Williams are all about all you need to know visiting the Pacific North West.
His videos need to be widely shared – they deserve to get millions of views. If you love the outdoors, and make a holiday out of a one day trip make sure to watch this brilliant work.
At our Youtube channel you will find a specially created playlist of 36 videos made to inform everyone interested in accessible travel tips in the Pacific North West.
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).
Nature for all – Braille Trails and Sensory Gardens
Washington (state info)
Cispus Braille Trail – Randle
Seattle Sensory Garden – Seattle
Washington State Parks
Washington State Parks has created an interactive map with over 90 accessible locations.