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The Outdoors Is For Everyone

Accessibility

Find below a non-exhaustive list of accessible resources close to home. Please reach out with suggestions for this constantly growing page!

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Halifax Parks & Rec

Halifax Parks & Rec frequently hosts accessible and inclusive recreation programming. To find out more, and to see what events are upcoming, click here

Funding is also available for recreational programming for those in financial need. Click here to find out more.

Snow Sports

The Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS) promotes and supports skiing/snowboarding for people of all ages with different abilities. Their goal is to encourage members and their families/ski buddies to become independent skiers/snowboarders.

Membership costs only $40, and has many perks such as complimentary passes at Nova Scotia ski hills. 

Read more here for information from Ski Wentworth.

And here for the CADS website.

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Wheelchair Accessible Trails

Alltrails has compiled the top wheelchair accessible trails in the province, find them here! If you would like to download an Alltrails map, please contact a DOS representative.

Here are Sport Nova Scotia's recommendations.

Looking for beaches with wheelchair access, or for access to adaptive chairs? Find them here!

Note: may not apply in off season.

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