We offer consultancy advice to landowners, conservation and heritage organisations to enable them to provide better access and information for disabled people. We work with external organisations to assess what access and facilities they currently have and how it might be improved within the constraints of the landscape, land use, protected designations and any conservation priorities. We look at the issues holistically to try to find the best solutions for all stakeholders.

Once solutions have been found and implemented we can provide information for the end user through our website which combines online mapping, geotagged photos of facilities and barriers and our unique route indicator system to give an overall picture of what access is like.

We can also make destination films explaining what particular rambles and cycle rides are like for disabled people who use adaptive off-road mobility equipment to access the great outdoors. You can see some examples of these on our Destination Film page or on our YouTube Channel.

Below: Our Managing Director discussing disabled access to the Great Wood, Keswick with National Trust Staff.

A wheelchair user on a trail talking to National Trust staff about disabled access.