Accessible Outdoors: Opening the Door to Nature for People with Disabilities
Losing your eyesight or the use of your legs doesn't mean you lose your desire—or ability—to explore the natural world. Until recently, opportunities for people with disabilities to do so were few and far between. Fortunately, local activists have been knocking down these barriers, creating more opportunities for access, such as kayaking on the Bay, hiking in the hills, and cycling along the shore. In this supplement, originally published in the October-December 2006 issue, you'll find outings in every corner of the Bay Area, along with extensive resources on guided trips and other ways to open the door to nature for everyone.
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