I was lucky enough to join up with CRIS adaptive adventures, an outdoor guiding company helping people with disabilities tackle some of the most incredible national parks in Canada.
We camped at the Lone Duck 2 Campground, a drive in campground with two bathrooms that are wide enough to accomodate a wheelchair, and pathway right down to the water’s edge.
For running a large group camp, the location was ideal. I tried out a few pieces of equipment, including this electric bike:
And the following morning, we went for a great paddle on the lake.