Wheelchair Accessible Trails- Western Washington

Artist Ridge at Huntoon Point

This 1.2 mile gravel hike that gains 200 feet in elevation is open in summer and fall. Stay in the Silver Fir Campground nearby for a weekend adventure.

Adilla Bay

For a fairly flat, but longer hike of 4.8 miles, venture to Adilla Bay in the North Cascades. The trail gains only 30 feet in elevation and consists of hard pack-gravel combined with pavement. There is a key to unlock the wheelchair gate which you can find at the Brezeale Interpretive Center. This trail is open year-round with many campground options nearby including Denny CreekMiddle Fork,  and Tinkham Campground.

Gold Creek Pond

This Central Cascades hike is easily accessible off of I-90 in Snoqualmie Pass. This one mile paved-trail gains a mere 10 feet in elevation around the Beautfiul Gold Creek. Open summer through fall, this area also offers several campgrounds mentioned above Denny CreekMiddle Fork,  and Tinkham Campground for a weekend away. 

Iron Goat Loop

Iron goat Loop trail is converted from railroad grade to proivde you with 0.5-6.0 miles of natures. The elevation gain is approximately 700 feet for your nature-loving enjoyment spring through fall. Money Creek Campground and nearby Bavarian town of Leavenworth offers lodging for a more involved getaway. 

Enchantment Park

Enchantment park is open spring through fall and spans less than two miles with minimal elevation gain. The trail is packed dirt and sits just outside of the Bavarian town of Leavenworth.



Contact Anna Brown, BS, PT, DPT to make a physical therapy appointment for your child in your home and community.

Foundation Children’s Physical Therapy 206.499.7671 -foundationchildrenspt@gmail.com www.foundationchildrensphysicaltherapy.com 





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