Where it’s AT: The Accessible Appalachian Trail

Mary Ann Fox (left) and her dog, Grady, took a walk along the handicapped-accessible portion of the Appalachian Trail in Falls Village with friend Ingrid Schaefer. Photo By Cynthia Hochswender

Falls Village is certainly not the only town in the Northwest Corner that has a section of the Appalachian Trail. But this tiny town has something that the other towns don’t have: a section that is accessible to travelers in wheelchairs or with strollers. 

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