Disabled hikers seek place in wilderness

Primitive wheelchair access route into Boulder-White Clouds could happen

The trail to Phyllis Lake in the White Cloud Mountains is relatively short, but the rock-strewn path, a stream crossing and several steep sections make it difficult travel for people limited to wheelchairs. If wilderness and economic development legislation by Congressman Mike Simpson is adopted for the region, a wheelchair-accessible path will be built to the lake. Elitsa Storey, left, and Patty Reynolds, in the wheelchair, were among the handicapped people who trekked into Phyllis Lake on Saturday to help draw attention to Simpson?s proposed legislation. Express photo by Greg Stahl

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

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