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Tahquitz Canyon Questions & Answers

Cathedral City, California

BubbeSuzie here, could I do this in my wheelchair? I do have a prosthesis on my left leg, but I can not

walk very far or long.

over a year ago Answer

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Missoula, Montana
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Not handicap accessible on the trail, but the visitors center is still worth going to!

over a year ago
LoneButte
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Sadly no. It is rough terrain. :(

over a year ago
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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No. There are continuous up and down steps on rough terrain. Narrow, not smooth path. It is a naturally undulating trail, not what I would consider accessible. If you were proficient in use of your prothesis and able to climb for a mile up and a mile down, then you may be successful. I would consider one of the Indian Canyons trails or perhaps the Oasis south of Joshua Tree more likely compatible with your disability. I am a professional Rehabilitation Consultant, familiar with the functional capability of persons with disability. Best to you.

over a year ago
Crystal Lake, Illinois
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It wouldn't be possible.

over a year ago
Edmonton, Canada
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Sorry to say but this is a rocky trail with many steps up to 16 inches in height. Pretty sure impossible by wheelchair !

Sorry.

Ruth

over a year ago
Grand Terrace, California
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no sorry its rocky and in a many places high up... Go to the whitewater preserve off interstate 10. It has beautiful grounds if you didn't hike a single step. The hike takes you to red mountain. Its 4 miles rd trip IMO to long to go the distance, but the river is half way and you can sit in it and stay cool. BTW check in at the visitors bureau, right when you drive into PS. They can give you all the info you need.

over a year ago
White Rock, Canada
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Sorry, this trail is not conducive to wheelchairs.

over a year ago
surrey, bc
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No unfortunately you cannot use a wheelchair

over a year ago
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