The Winter 2014 issue of Emerging Horizons contains access information, travel tips and handy resources for wheelchair-users and slow walkers. This “Plan Ahead for Spring and Summer Travel” issue is packed with access details on destinations, lodging options and tours; and offers industry updates, resources and helpful tips for planning wheelchair-accessible vacations.
From a rural B&B on remote Salt Spring Island, to a sophisticated Sedona retreat and a comfortable family cabin near Yellowstone National Park, there’s an accessible lodging choice for just about everyone.
Also included is information on a free accessible walking tour to some of the studio glass installations in Tacoma, Washington; as well as details about some accessible outdoor attractions in Tucson, Arizona.
If you’d like to hit the road, don’t miss the fun driving itinerary along the Extraterrestrial Highway in rural Nevada. Not only does it include detailed directions to Area 51, but it also features a beautiful drive through a cactus forest.
Also included is access information about Monument Valley on the Utah-Arizona border, an accessible wildlife preserve in Northern California, and an adaptive ski program in Crested Butte, Colorado . And if you’ve ever wondered if historic rail excursions are wheelchair-accessible, you’ll find the answer in the Curious Traveler column.
And speaking of resources, this issue also contains information on unique accessible lodging options in France, accessible transportation and shore excursions in Italy, and accessible tours in Croatia. In short, we’ve got everything you need to plan your next trip.
Detailed access information, helpful travel tips and useful resources — that’s what Emerging Horizons is all about.
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