Accessible Trails

Paved river trail with 2 interpretive signsThe Wallowa-Whitman National Forest offers several trails that were designed to be accessible for people with disabilities. These trails have firm or hardended surfaces, gentle slopes and usually have trail-side interpretive displays.  The trails listed below are ones which we often recommend or have been suggested by other visitors. They are grouped by their location from the nearest community.

 

 Near Baker City

 Trail Name Length (miles) Trail Features
Anthony Lake Shoreline (#1605)  0.8 Lake-side, fishing, birding
 Powder River Interpretive Trail (#1613)  1  Stream-side, fishing, birding

Near La Grande

 Trail Name Length (miles)  Trail Features
 Oregon Trail Interpretive Area  3.3  Historic interpretive displays along multiple trails
 Bird Track Interpretive Site  1.6  Interpretive displays along Grande Ronde River, One main trail and 5 smaller spur trails




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