Looking to improve your strength or stamina when going on outdoor adventures? We’ve compiled some of the resources that may help you find a creative and compelling in-home workout plan that works for you!
Rider Spotlight: Vicki and Kennedy
We’re thrilled to highlight Vicki (the rider) and Kennedy (her wife), out of Washington State. Vicki has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) and uses her Freedom Chair to carve her way through the gravel, the mud, the beach sand, and whatever else Washington puts in her path.
All-Terrain Wheelchairs: Electric, E-Assist, or Manual?
So you’re on the search for an all-terrain wheelchair! Whether you want to hike the local trails, compete in obstacle course races, or are simply looking for something a bit more outdoor-friendly than your current chair, an all-terrain wheelchair may be the best tool for the job. Now you just have to select one! Where to start?
The ABCs of Wheelchair Accessible Trails: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona
Even though federal law requires accessibility in all State and National Parks, these parks cover a lot of ground with multiple trails and attractions. With that in mind we decided to create a list of the most accessible hiking trails in State and National parks.