Accessible Wilderness Society

The Accessible Wilderness Society seeks to develop its 25 acre Roberts Lake wilderness property. Designed from the ground up using the principles of Universal Design, this will become BC's first universally accessible campground and wilderness lodge, able to accommodate those with physical, visual, auditory, or cognitive challenges along with their family and friends. This 'inclusive by design' approach will become a showcase of accessibility, sustainability, and a place to celebrate the natural beauty of our rugged west coast wilderness.


Recent Entries

A new guide for disabled passengers has today been launched at Heathrow
Written by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the passport-sized leaflet for disabled people, people with reduced mobility and their…
Accessible Wilderness Society
The Accessible Wilderness Society seeks to develop its 25 acre Roberts Lake wilderness property. Designed from the ground up using…
US Access Board Accessible Routes Webinar
Accessible Routes - Advanced Session (August 7)The next webinar in the Board's free monthly series will take place August 7 from 2:30 -…
Disabilty: Game Changing Images from PhotoAbility.net
PhotoAbility introduces Portfolios by West Coast Photographers Tiffany Mather and Aaron Paul Rogers that creatively reflect through their art of…
Tourism for All Short Film Competition
More information at:http://icat2014.beautifulgate.org.my/programmes/short-film-competition/#…
PhotoAbility Sampler
Innovative Practices and Policies on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR)
The Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments - GAATES (www.GAATES.org) in collaboration with the Zero Project(www.ZeroProject.org) is looking for innovative practices and…
Video: Presentation on Inclusive Tourism at US Embassy in Nepal
Clips from a presentation on Inclusion tourism with news commentary in Nepali. …