I came across this article today in the Washington Post about a 2.5 mile-long, wheelchair accessible hiking path in NH.  Located at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, in southwestern NH, it opens to the public this Friday.  According to the article, there is a variety of terrain, broken up with bridges, boardwalks, platforms, and viewpoints, and the trail ascends a total of 200 feet and reaches an 8% grade.

 

I don't see myself getting to NH anytime soon, but perhaps a local can check it out and let us know what it is like.

 

Thought I would share for those who are interested.

 

Link to article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/nature-on-wheels-nh-...

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