Many organisations are working to ensure everyone can get out and enjoy England’s beautiful countryside.
The Fieldfare Trust have produced an online map with accessible walks throughout the country. Each walk is illustrated with a slideshow of photos showing the terrain, path surface, gates and barriers, public toilets, car parking and anything else you may need to find out whether a particular route is suitable for you. Find out more.
Has hundreds of historic house and gardens and thousands of acres of countryside to visit. It produces a guidebook to the accessibility of these properties which you can download or order from their website.
A hire scheme that provides all-terrain mobility scooters and wheelchair accessible ‘wheelyboats’ at over 35 country parks, gardens and other beauty spots spread throughout SW England. See their website for more details of the sites.
The long distance routes based on the nation’s favourite rambles and rides and provide more than 2500 miles of well managed routes across some of our finest countryside. Click on the links for each to find out about accessible sections of each:
The country’s finest sites for wildlife and/or geology. You can find accessibility information about many of the more popular reserves here.
Another website that collates information about accessible walks throughout the country.
We've been working hard to make more of our reserves accessible to all visitors. We think it should be easy for you to know what to expect at each site, so we have updated the accessibility pages across our entire UK-wide reserve network. Not only that, but for our larger sites we have produced an illustrated downloadable access statement describing facilities in more detail. So why not visit today, secure in the knowledge that we have thought about your access needs?