Edit Trail Is there a continuous unobstructed path designed for pedestrian use that connects constructed features: campground, picnic area, grills, overlooks, and trailhead. Yes No Unknown Is trail entrance minimum of 32” wide? Yes No Unknown Many trails have narrow entrances or bollards to discourage motorized vehicles, not realizing a wheelchair often can’t get past.Trail Surface Paved - Fully developed, wide, with frequent turnouts for high volume traffic Packed Gravel - Single lane trail, with allowances for passing where required Packed Bark - Single lane trail, with allowances for passing where required Dirt - Minimally developed, single lane with no allowances for passing Is the trail 36” wide? Yes No Unknown It can narrow to a minimum of 32” wide brieflyTrail SlopeIs trail within 5% grade? Yes No Unknown No more than 30% of the trail can be steeper than 8%. An 8.3% grade is 1 ft rise or fall over 12 ft section of trail,Are the cross slopes of the trail no more than 2%? Yes No Unknown Cross slope is from side to side. A 2% cross slope is a 1” rise or fall across a 4’ wide path?Is trail free of stairs? Yes No Unknown Can stairs be avoided by an alternate route?Are any of the following present along the trail? Sheer drops without railings Crumbling trail edges Obstacles such as large rocks, tree roots or logs Sharp branches or brambles Water crossing without bridge or boardwalk Interpretive SignageIs signage accessible to someone in a wheelchair (between 40-60” high)? Yes No Unknown Are materials available in alternate formats (online, QR Code, Braille) Yes No Unknown Are electronic, audible or virtual beacons or markers available? Yes No Unknown AmenitiesInternet service available? Wifi Cellular Service None First responder or medical services in case of emergency? Yes No Unknown CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.