ACE was set up to provide a “one stop shop” for details of accessible walks and trails, which has developed into a broader resource offering details of disabled / all ability sport, disabled, family and carers support, tourist information, wheelchair taxis, accessible pubs and restaurants, holidays and accommodation suitable for wheelchair users and mobility impaired people – all intended to make it easier to find accessible places to go, things to do, help or support.
The walks and sites listed will generally be easy going, pleasant and enjoyable, together with a few long distance and more challenging trails as well. ACE hopes that wheelchair users, families with buggies or joggers looking for a pleasant run will all find these walks and resources useful.
The listed sites are selected for the physical access aspect, however a number also have facilities for those with sight or hearing impairment and generally this will be mentioned in the text.
Please note the information on the ACE site is provided in good faith, ACE is dependent on the information they receive and obtain from published sources. ACE do not have the resources to inspect or check any site / venue and recommend that you always check directly with the place you intend to visit, to be sure of suitable accessibility and facilities.