We found three alpine lakes and four gushing waterfalls that offer refreshing, cool fun for the whole family, including those using strollers or wheelchairs.
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A wide footbridge over Boulder Brook leads to the Sprague Lake Loop Trail, a 0.7-mile, hardpacked dirt and gravel trail in Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, perfect for wheelchairs, strollers, and other mobility devices. Photo by Susan Joy Paul
From soaking facilities with ADA-compliant lifts to pools with ramps, handrails, and benches, we found a soothing Colorado hot springs experience for nearly every ability and mobility.
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Ramps, lifts, railings, and benches ensure easy access for all at scenic Ouray Hot Springs Pool. Photo by Stewart M. Green
From 14,000-foot mountaintops to roadside pulloffs and a lofty memorial site, passenger cars will have no trouble reaching these five scenic overlooks located within about two hours of Denver, from Rocky Mountain National Park to Pueblo.
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The Forest Canyon scenic overlook in Rocky Mountain National Park is just steps from Trail Ridge Road. Photo by Susan Joy Paul