“Video: Olympic Discovery Trail on my wheelchair ★★★★★”
The Olympic Discovery Trail is just over 200 Kms (130-miles) long. It runs through the Olympic Peninsula i.e. the northwest expanse of land one can explore along the US coast. For wheelchair users, this amazing trail includes accessible pathways and wooden bridges that go over the multiple streams and rivers.
The wheelchair-accessible Railroad Bridge Park is a part of Olympic Discovery Trail and stands out because of the Dungeness railroad bridge that is built over a river by the same name. Check out my video from the wonderful trail:
CLICK HERE to read my detailed blog of the trail with images to know more about the history of the trail and how to reach there.
Meanwhile, drop in a comment if you like the above video 🙂
[…] of a lifetime. I wish to spend more time surrounded by nature every single day of my life. You can CHECK OUT MY VIDEO from the park HERE and I look forward to your comments about travelling with me through this […]