Grand Canyon Travel Guide.
Just in time for this year's centennial celebration of Grand Canyon National Park, accessible travel expert Candy B. Harrington has released her latest guidebook, Barrier-Free Travel; The Grand Canyon for Wheelers and Slow Walkers.
Not only does this resource include Grand Canyon access information for wheelchair users and slow walkers, but it also features a comprehensive access guide to Arizona's Interstate 40 and Route 66.
Harrington's latest guide highlights wheelchair-accessible trails, attractions and lodging options in and near Grand Canyon National Park. Filled with hard-to-find access details, the book includes:
* Photos and detailed access reviews of all in-park lodging options
* Fly/drive resources, including the location of nearby airports and the availability of accessible shuttles, public transportation and van rentals
* Accessible airplane, helicopter, bus and train tours of the Grand Canyon
* Barrier-free camping choices and accessible picnic areas
* The inside scoop on the only driving route to the bottom of the canyon
* Information on special access passes and permits
Additionally, since a Grand Canyon visit usually entails a road trip, this guidebook also features accessible attractions, lodging options and don't-miss stops along Interstate 40 and Route 66.
Barrier-Free Travel; The Grand Canyon for Wheelers and Slow Walkers also features access information about Grand Canyon West, which is located on Hualapai tribal land.
Barrier-Free Travel; The Grand Canyon for Wheelers and Slow Walkers is available for $14.95 at barrierfreegrandcanyon.com.