Wheelchair accessible Trails

Olympic Discovery Trail

This multi-season trail is paved and makes a great trail for hiking and bike riding. Certain stretches of the Olympic Discovery Trail are also wonderful for tandem bikes, recumbents, stand-up vehicles and equestrians. It runs through three medium-to-large sized towns, so offers plenty of opportunities to find food. It runs fairly close to a large …

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Swansea Bike Path

Swansea Bike Path

The Swansea Bike Path can be connected with the Clyne Valley Country Park Trail and/or the Swansea Valley Trail 43 for a much longer ride if you prefer. But this ride is wonderful for families or beach bums. It’s mostly flat as a pancake and cooled by refreshing sea breezes. Ride along Swansea Bay and be …

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Gitchi Gami Trail

Gitchi Gami State Trail Map

When completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail (GGST) will be an 88-mile non-motorized, paved recreational trail between Two Harbors and Grand Marais, Minnesota, along Lake Superior’s beautiful and historic North Shore. Several segments of the trail, totaling over 29 miles, are complete. A new section between Silver Bay and the West Road in Beaver Bay, just …

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US 36 Bikeway

photo of informational brochures found on US 36 Bikeway

US 36 Bike Path Completed in early 2016, the US 36 Bikeway is part of the Highway 36 Commuting Corridor that connects the communities of Boulder and Denver. Unfortunately, the Boulder to Denver Bikeway comes up a little short of Denver. Currently, the east portion of the trail ends in neighborhood park in Westminster, CO. …

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Frisco Highline Trail

This trail meanders through Missouri farm country along an abandoned railroad corridor. The 8-mile section from Springfield to the north end of Willard is paved. Continuing north toward Walnut Grove the trail is crushed gravel. A 3-mile paved section in Bolivar includes a trailhead facility. This trail features 16 bridge crossings and only one significant road crossing …

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Burnham Greenway

This trail runs along a former railroad corridor that ran between Lansing, IL and Chicago. Currently, the trail has two completely segments that are not connected. Only the northern section is being described here. This trail ends (if you are traveling south to north) near Lake Michigan and Calumet Park although it is not directly …

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