South Rim Trail, Grand Canyon National Park
The South Rim of the Grand Canyon, is one of the most visited areas of a national park, and for good reason: It gives you a stunningly beautiful look into the many-layered canyon.
The 13-mile long rim trail is accessible, including the 1.3-mile Trail of Time, which has interpretive points, and information about both the geology and history.
Mather Point offers the best wheelchair access to views of the Grand Canyon and Phantom Ranch.
Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park
Old Faithful is one of nearly 500 geysers in Yellowstone, and it’s one of six predicable ones. So, it’s definitely worth heading out onto the boardwalk to watch it erupt.
In the Old Faithful Upper Geyser Basin you can also visit the historic Old Faithful Hotel, and both Biscuit Basin, and Midway Geyser Basin have wheelchair-accessible boardwalks.