Thought for today: Philippians 4:8 ..Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things..
Disclaimer: There is no assurance that any resource or activity I've found or described will be as 'accessible' as you might need. Information or links may be out of date. Use the information at your own risk and be sure to check with your health care professional for exercise advice.
This is pretty much a catch-all page with a variety of information that I have found to be useful. Maybe you need some inspiration from other people who are mobility challenged but are getting out of the house and into the woods, desert, coastlines and more.
- Some inspiration for wildlife photography can be found at Lisa Langell's web site. Lisa also has a facebook group called 'Photography is a Journey', where you can find friends.
- The Disabled Hiker has gear reviews, action videos and a whole lot more. Get inspired and get outdoors! (Terry has a Facebook Group, too - come join in!)
- A new site, DisabledHikers.com explores the Olympic Peninsula and Puget Sound region in Washington State. (Facebook, too)
- Read about prepping for a hike, then check out other destination through WheelchairTraveling.com
Other Adaptive Recreation Destinations in California
- Wheelchair Rider's Guide to the California Coast
- Trail Link lists information on wheelchair accessible trails in many other parts of California.
- Accessible Nature
Sometimes you just need some adaptive gear to make the outdoors both accessible and enjoyable. I accumulated a list of possibilities - one might be just the ticket to get you back outdoors.
Let's go explore Accessible Adventures in Northern California!