There are approximately 535,400 disabled persons residing in Oregon - many of whom have had little chance to enjoy the outdoors, but would benefit greatly if given the opportunity. People with disabilities face even greater obstacles than most in connecting with nature. Many find that participating in recreation and leisure after encountering a disabling injury or disease to be frustrating and difficult at best.
Our primary purpose is assisting those with disabilities experience outdoor activities such as fly fishing, camping, and nature exploration. We believe disabilities should not restrict someone to using only ADA accessible piers or campsites. We further believe that anyone with a disability should be able to continue enjoying the outdoors if they want to. Whether it's loss of limb function or mobility, any disability can be offset through the use of adaptive equipment and techniques.