‘Peak Inside’ Accessible Travel with Candy Harrington

Journalist Candy B. Harrington visited Carson Valley on behalf of Emerging Horizons, an accessible travel news site. Candy joined us to see what opportunities folks in wheelchairs and slow walkers would have when they come for a visit, and she sure found some fun and accessible ways to get out in nature, and enjoy a wonderful meal.

The valley is a beacon for migratory birds, and to the east, bands of wild mustangs roam free in the Pine Nut Range. Booking a wildlife tour with an experienced guide allows you to get close enough for a cell phone shot, and remain safe and comfortable.

Check out the stories Candy wrote about accessibility in Carson Valley, and if you have any questions or need additional suggestions for planning a visit, please don’t hesitate to call our office at 775-782-8145, or email us at [email protected]

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It’s Bald Eagle Season in Carson Valley


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Photo by Charles Pannell.

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