Comprehensive Trail Guide by State
Wheelchair Accessible Trails
Explore wheelchair accessible trails maps on TrailLink.com. Use our comprehensive trail guides with descriptions, photos, and reviews to plan your next wheelchair accessible trail adventure. Here you’ll find long-distance trails in both remote regions of the West and in populated parts of the East and Midwest.
Diversifying the Outdoors
The Outdoor Industry (still) has a Diversity Problem
“A 2016 survey report by the Outdoor Foundation found that of the 142 million Americans who participated in outdoor activities, a whopping 74 percent were Caucasian.
Whether you’re checking out an advertisement for an outdoor retailer or you’re out on a trail yourself, chances are the people you encounter reflect that statistic: white, fit, and seemingly “outdoorsy” by nature. Rarely are black, brown or even queer people seen, and some people in the outdoors industry think it’s time we change that.”
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Rebuilding Affrilachia: The Art of Resilience
Hood Huggers International, LLC offers sustainable strategies for building support pillars for resilient historically African American neighborhoods, providing a framework for community capacity building while increasing the effectiveness of existing service programs. These strategies incorporate the arts, social enterprise, and the environment, building a culture of stability that inclusive and economically just.
Diversity in Outdoor Recreation & Conservation
“We are a coalition of social media influencers – bloggers, athletes, activists, and entrepreneurs – who share the goal of promoting diversity in outdoor spaces where people of color, LGBTQ+, and other diverse identities have historically been underrepresented. We are passionate about promoting equity and access to the outdoors for all, that includes being body positive and celebrating people of all skill levels and abilities.”
Building more equitable organizations
Green 2.0 is an initiative dedicated to increasing racial diversity across mainstream environmental NGOs, foundations and government agencies. The Green 2.0 working group advocates for data transparency, accountability and increased resources to ensure that these organizations increase their diversity.