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  1. Camp Adventure Tower, Denmark

    From New Mobility, check out this 2,130-foot spiraling ramp that gives you 148 foot view atop the forest all around. Quick math in my head tells me that's pretty much an 8 percent ADA grade. There is a 3,000-foot boardwalk leading through the forest to get you there. Award-winning, breathtaking.

    (Mab says don't stare at the picture too long or it starts moving!)



    Visit campadventure.dk/en ...
  2. Hoyer-friendly hotels: Comfort Inn, Stanton, Texas (West Texas)


    Comfort Inn, 800 W. Interstate 20, Stanton, Texas,
    432-756-1100, $135-172

    Comfortable Hoyer-friendly room in West Texas, lots of space, good bathroom. The Hoyer fits under a pullout sofa bed: I slept on it fine. Find photos and more details here.
  3. Accessible travel and camping links

    Posted by a friend at MS Connection:

    For those of you interested in accessible travel, I have found many great resources on Instagram and Facebook. There are hashtags specifically used for that purpose on Instagram. A couple that come to mind are #accessiblecamping #accessibletravel #accessiblefamilytravel and many variations of these names. There are also folks who maintain their own pages and if you just search by names like ?accessible? and ?travel?, you?ll find many different ...
  4. Hotels with Hoyer & ceiling lifts

    Las Vegas hotels with ceiling track lifts https://emerginghorizons.com/hotels-...g-track-lifts/

    Branson Missouri medical company that rents Hoyer lifts ? try contacting them for hotels they know http://www.bransonmobility.net/hoyer-lift-rental.html

    Scandinavian hotels with hoyers https://wheelchairtravel.org/scandic...ts-disability/

    UK Ceiling Hoist Users Club http://www.chuc.org.uk/

    more leads here https://www.google.com/search?q=Hoye...hrome&ie=UTF-8 ...

    Updated 08-02-2019 at 03:10 PM by Spitzbub

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  5. Stretch your mind at the Abilities Expo

    This weekend the Abilities Expo rolls into the Chicago area (Schaumburg Convention Center), as it tours cities around the country. If you've never, it's worth checking out sometime. The MS Society always has a strong presence there, with knowledgeable volunteers and plenty of info. But there's a lot of interesting exhibitors and practical presentations that really open your mind to the possibilities out there. Get your wheelchair tweaked, start planning your accessible vacation, try your hand at ...