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Adaptive hiking on George’s Island

June 20. Flexible timing: ask when registering.

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66 Long Wharf, Boston, MA 02110

Contact for Adaptive hiking on George’s Island

Stavros Outdoor Access

Overview of Adaptive hiking on George’s Island

A group of hikers is standing under a shade tree in a field. Some of the hikers are using hiking wheelchairs or scooters. A ranger is pointing at the stone walls of a fort and talking.
Fees: $3 per person, $12 for families, $25 for groups

This program is for people with disabilities, along with their families, caregivers, and friends.

Take a gentle hike with Stavros Outdoor Access. Teamwork and assistive equipment, such as the Terra Trek mountain wheelchair, GRIT Freedom Chair, and all-terrain walkers unite people of all abilities! Bring a lunch and enjoy activities like scavenger hunts, nature activities, and letterboxing. Enjoy a ferry trip, visit historic Civil War-era Fort Warren, and learn about the history of the fort as you take a tour. Sighted guides are available upon request. Ask about limited transportation.

You will need for Adaptive hiking on George’s Island

You will need to pre-register by calling or texting Brenda Kennedy Davies at (413) 259-0009 or emailing outdooraccessma@gmail.com. You will also need to meet our essential eligibility criteria for hiking and fill out a release form. Please bring your own food and drink, and come prepared for the weather.

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