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4 Great Hikes for Limited Mobility

Just because your mobility is limited, doesn’t mean your access to nature should be. 

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MacKerricher State Park

The lush and beautiful MacKerricher State Park has a wheelchair-accessible trail that weaves through the forest, into a lovely meadow and right up to the coast, all on a raised wooden platform that should be wide enough for your manual or power wheelchair.

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Point Cabrillo Lighthouse

A staggeringly beautiful but physically gentle seaside hike up to the historic lighthouse, the well-maintained trail features gently sloping concrete pathways for wheelchair users and other amenities and necessities for those with mobility issues. 

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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Forty-seven acres of immaculately-tended gardens, dense pine, a world-class Rhododendron collection, and innumerable local flora, all culminating in coastal bluffs of riotous wildflowers, the Gardens are largely wheelchair-accessible. 

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Fort Bragg Coastal Trail

It was a big day for Fort Bragg when this trail opened up, as the project was hindered for many years by issues surrounding the site of the former mill. It is now a wonderful – and accessible – way to view the coastline around the town on an 8-foot wide paved trail. Plus, it starts at world-famous Glass Beach!

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