Transporting camping gear by wheelchair

– an option for people with disabilities

User with pack on wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives
User with pack on wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives

Description
The user is an outdoor person and has hiked and camped countless times. For shorter outings he packs his equipment on the wheelchair. Heavier objects are packed in a bag that is attached under the wheelchair seat, lighter objects are packed in bags that are transported on the backrest and between the user’s legs. The dog, who is often his hiking buddy, gets to carry his own food, see photo 4.

Users comments
Camping is not impossible for people with disabilities, it just takes a bit of extra planning and perseverance. See also www.skogstur.info (last checked June 2017) or Skogstur on Facebook.

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This tip is from 2016

User with pack on wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives
User with pack on wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives
User puts the pack on the wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives
User puts the pack on the wheelchair. Photo: from the user's archives
User with his dog, who carries his own food. Photo: from the user's archives
User with his dog, who carries his own food. Photo: from the user's archives

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