Designated accessible parking in front of lodge Accessible entrance is on the west (left) side of the lodge. Accessible restrooms at lodge. Two accessible cabins.
Learning About the Area
The nearest visitor centers, with exhibits and ranger-led programs, are the Canyon Visitor Education Center (19 miles / 31 km south) and the Albright Visitor Center at Mammoth (18 miles / 29 km west). Interpretive park rangers rove the Tower–Roosevelt area.
What to See
Designated accessible parking. The route from the parking to trailhead has an uneven surface and tripping hazards with greater than .5” (1 cm) obstacles. The trail suface is deteriorated asphalt. The 50-yard (45 m) trail to the overlook has slopes ranging 13–20%. Wheelchair users may require assistance.
Mount Washburn and Dunraven Pass
Use caution in the large pullouts; assistance may be required.
There are many viewing areas with wayside exhibits, some with designated accessible parking. There is an accessible vault toilet at the Lamar River stock trailhead.
Accessibility in the Canyon Area
Learn about the accessible opportunities and options around Canyon Village and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
Accessibility in the Lake Area
Learn about the accessibility options in the Lake area.
Accessibility in the Madison Area
Learn about the accessibility options in the Madison area.
Accessibility in the Old Faithful Area
Learn about the accessibility options in and around the Old Faithful area.
Peruse information about accessibility in Yellowstone's major areas.
Accessibility in the West Thumb Area
Learn about accessibility options in the West Thumb, Grant Village, and southern part of the park.
Last updated: December 5, 2019