Three examples of accessible trails to a fishing pond (Bettendorf, Iowa), and two beaches along the Colorado River in Utah. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) calls these outdoor recreation access routes (ORARs). See more on proposed guidelines for beach access routes and accessible trails.
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Updated September 24, 2010
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