So, for the past few years, our cinematographer/producer, Dave Hood, has been encouraging me, no let me rephrase that, hounding me to try a zipline in my wheelchair.  Up until now we couldn’t find a suitable facility to accommodate a wheelchair.  The following video clip is from the upcoming Wheelchair Destinations presentation in the US […]

 Winter Fun in the Pacific Northwest is our first Accessible Adventures video of the season in our continuing series for the US Forest Service.  It may seem a little odd to start with a “winter” video this time of year, but this one will keep you stoked for the next time the snow flies! I want to […]

Recently Wheelchair Destinations began our 5th season of Accessible Adventures in the Pacific Northwest.  Production is underway on the first video of the season featuring the accessibility of Northwest Ski areas.  Whether you enjoy the snow from a warm cozy lodge, or get right out in the powder, there is something for people of all […]

Wheelchair Destinations is very proud to announce that we have added two more Telly Awards to our trophy case! Our sincere thanks and appreciation to the US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region 6. In Particular, Chuck Frayer, Outdoor Recreation Planner, and Bonnie Lippit, Recreation Program Manager. From thousands of entries, we won for cinematography, thanks […]

Accessible Adventures In The Pacific Northwest series produced by Wheelchair Destinations is featured this month on is the interagency Federal recreation website for US Forest Service, National Parks, Bureau of Land Management, and other Federal agencies offering recreational facilities in our nation.  A review of the project and samples of our videos are on the […]

Last week was a tragic loss of life for our fire fighters here in the Pacific Northwest.  All of us at Wheelchair Destinations send our sincere condolences  to the firefighters families and loved ones, to their firefighting brothers and sisters, and to the communities they were protecting.  The news from last week hits very close to home […]

Wheelchair Destinations is hard at work this summer with 7 new videos coming soon.  Today we completed shooting scenes for the upcoming salute to Wild and Scenic Rivers.  Congress passed the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, in 1968, to preserve and protect one of our greatest natural resources.  The US Forest Service manages 52 Wild […]

Wheelchair Destinations is on the road again this summer creating videos for people of all abilities.  By summer’s end, our Accessible Adventures In The Pacific Northwest, presented by the US Forest Service, will have grown to 30 videos from Washington, Oregon and a bit of Idaho. We have just finished up with our tour of […]

My congratulations to this Brazilian TV show who pulled off a great prank!  Now if they’d just go after that guy who parks his able bodied butt in a wheelchair stall at the airport!  If the place is full, I understand, but they have wide doors on em for a reason!  Just sayin’

  Last season, as you may know, we won two Telly Awards for our 2013 season of Accessible Adventures in The Pacific Northwest, sponsored by the US Forest Service.    So, this year we decided to try something a little different, and enter the “Peoples Telly Award.”  What this means is that along with the official […]