Accessible Trips

Our accessible vacations are open to adventurers with disabilities, in partnership with and led by people with disabilities.

Multi-Day Accessible Trips 

Welcome to the ultimate national park adventure travel trips,

designed with accessibility in mind!

These incredible accessible journeys are open to people with disabilities and their companions and advocates for people with disabilities. Our accessible trips offer a unique opportunity to experience the breathtaking natural beauty of America’s most iconic national parks.

Our expert guides and staff are experienced in accommodating travelers with a wide range of disabilities, ensuring that everyone can fully participate in all activities and experiences. We provide accessible transportation, accommodations, and equipment, as well as trained assistants and specialized guides.

As you embark on this unforgettable adventure, you’ll have the chance to explore the stunning landscapes of some of the most popular national parks in the country, including Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Moab. Hike through scenic trails, take in stunning views from overlooks, and witness incredible wildlife up close.

June 10 – 15, 2023

Join us for an adaptive, multi-sport adventure in the heart of Yosemite!

July 16 – 22, 2023

Join us for an adaptive, multi-sport adventure in Yellowstone & Grand Teton!

September 30 – October 5

Join us for an adaptive, multi-sport adventure in the Marvels of Moab!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can sign up?

This trip is for any adventurer with a disability. We’ll be providing support for all participants and selecting trails based on our group’s specific ambulatory needs. Activities in the itinerary such as climbing, rafting, and kayaking will be adapted to our group.

If you require an aid or caregiver to join, please email us at Discounted rates are available for two travelers signing up together.


What trails will we be hiking on?
We’ve selected trails that are appropriate for a variety of folks. Our final itineraries will be based on the makeup of our group. For groups with wheelchair users, trails will be limited to paved or packed dirt, low-incline paths and walkways.
Who will our guides be?

All trips will be staffed with at least two guides including one guide with a disability and one non-disabled guide. We’ll be working with additional guides for any sports such as climbing, canyoneering, and paddling. If our group requires more support to assist with adaptations, additional guides may be staffed.

Guides are trained in assisting travelers with disabilities. All registrants will be given the opportunity for prep phone calls with guides to go over specific needs and preparations.

Will I need to bring my own equipment for hiking, climbing, or paddling?

Good Trip Adventures and our partners will be providing all required adaptive equipment based on the needs of our group. If you have something you prefer to use or that you know works for you, you can also bring your own.

Who can I contact about additional questions?

If you have specific questions about your needs, please email us at!

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Not seeing the trip you’re looking for? We offer custom trips for groups of all sizes – fun always included. Whether you want to rough it in the backcountry or enjoy day trips while sleeping in comfortable hotels, we can plan the perfect adventure for your family, group, or team.

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