HCRH is the acronym for Historic Columbia
This Disability Audit was conducted along the Waterfall Corridor of the Historic Columbia River Highway and Trail.
The corridor spans from eastern Horsetail Falls to the western Latourell Falls along America's first scenic Highway.
Below are the three PDF documents accessing the Disability Audit of July 2022
conducted by the Columbia Gorge Tourism Alliance (Summer 2022)
Click to download full
Disability Audit Report
Disability Audit reports on 6 waterfall stops along the Historic Columbia River Highway,
on the Oregon side of the Columbia Gorge.
The audit focused on examining the universal accessibility of the waterfall corridor. The amenities discussed in the following report help all visitors have a better experience.
For example, seating and picnic possibilities benefit families with young children as much as they do visitors with fatigue syndromes or someone with a recent knee surgery.
It is therefore important to keep in mind that improvements would benefit a broader audience
than just the disabled community.
Click to download Barrier Listings
The Barrier report revealed by the Disability Audit above contains :
One page has a list of barrier in each waterfall stop.
One page has a listing of all barriers grouped by classification of unique barrier types.
Click to download Presentation
Report by KK and AJZ
This short Presentation highlight a number of barriers along the waterfall corridor.
The presentation introduces the difficulties of jurisdictions and remediation of barriers
with the images within this pdf.
6 waterfall stops along the Historic Columbia River Highway, on the Oregon side of the Columbia Gorge.
Contact Questions: AJZ@zelada.com