From tropical cruises and European tours, to local hikes and camping adventures, our Peers have done it all! Discover wheelchair travel tips, find recommendations, and re-ignite your passion for travel.
Earlier this year, a group of friends in the South Fraser Active Living Group read an email that grabbed our interest - "Come camping with BC Mobility Opportunities Society (BCMOS) at Agur Lake," the invitation said. “Why not?” we thought.
Maybe it’s that low Canadian dollar, or maybe you just prefer to spend your spare time here in beautiful BC. Whatever your reason, here are a dozen accessible BC trails to get you out and about this summer.
Thinking of hitting up a music festival this summer? Music lover and newly-injured SCI BC Surrey-based Peer Mitch Garrett recently travelled to Indio, California to attend the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
SCI BC Peer Murray Siple has an eye for finding unique, wheelchair-friendly places to stay while away from home. Here are some of his top recommendations for wheelchair users looking to travel in Canada and the US and helpful tips for a smooth trip.
This summer former Events Lead and SCI BC Peer Jessica Kruger crossed an adventure to Yellowstone National Park off her bucket list. She shares her experience- with tips and tricks on how to make your Yellowstone camping trip wheelchair accessible.
Avid traveler and SCI BC Peer Murray Siple has seen the good, the bad and everything in between when it comes to wheelchair-friendly travel. Here are some of his top recommendations for unique and accessible places to stay around the world.
Emma Kivisild has travelled to Montreal several times with varying levels of mobility – she has MS and now uses a wheelchair. But on her recent Thanksgiving trip, she experienced the difference in accessibility between the East and West like [...]