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    Cool accessible activities and locations

    What are some really cool, accessible locations around the US which provide plenty of accessible attractions? I've had the opportunity to try several different activities since my injury, including scuba diving, skydiving, skiing, and hot air ballooning. I'm looking for some neat activities which would be accessible to a C-4 Quad and where these activities would be.
    Thanks a bunch!
    Frankly, I'm tired of sitting in this damn electric chair.


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    I recently spent a few days in SanFrancisco, and Yosemite.

    Using this online guide KLD posted somewhere here,

    http://www.coastalconservancy.ca.gov...Bay%20Area.pdf

    I found Muir Woods Nat'l Park. There is a boardwalk trail here, that is about 2 miles long. It was great. (And free, with the Access Pass for people with disabilities.)

    It was a great place to visit.
    T7-8 since Feb 2005

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    Great! Thank you. I always hear how beautiful Yosemite is and would love to go sometime.
    I'm looking for accessible ideas that are in people's own backyard. Places which are exciting to everyone around and happen to also be accessible. For example, about a year ago I wandered around a cave on the North Island of New Zealand which happened to be wheelchair accessible. The cave was one of few in the world which have glowworms living in them. It was one of the most amazing and interesting activities I've ever done.
    Frankly, I'm tired of sitting in this damn electric chair.


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    If you like caves, check out Karchner Caverns near Tucson. Beautiful, well preserved, and fully wheelchair accessible for both tours.

    (KLD)

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