The idyllic sights in this national park—including mountain goats and grizzly bears—are worth the bit of extra planning it takes to find handicap-friendly viewpoints. To make it easier, the park offers free shuttles to various hot spots along the Going-to-the-Sun Road
, including Jackson Glacier Overlook, Sun Point, and Rising Sun.
If you’re venturing without the help of the shuttle, there are a few other ADA-compliant destinations
worth exploring: McDonald Falls has a paved route to the overlook; Logan Pass, the peak of the Going-to-the-Sun Road, has several paved trails and a visitor center; and Running Eagle Falls and Swiftcurrent Nature Trails are both short, stable-soil options. Of course, there are myriad accessible campgrounds, lodges, and visitor centers for your downtime, too.