Asheville is one of the most visited cities in North Carolina. Tens of millions of tourists drive, fly, or take the bus to the largest city of its elevation east of the Mississippi River. Just a few moments in town and it’s clear why so many enjoy spending time here. Mile high mountains rise right out of the downtown skyline as if they are part of the city itself. There is a vibrant culture alive with great restaurants, music, and arts. There is a thriving business community made up of small companies and large corporations. Many of the businesses are attractions in themselves.

If you are considering visiting the city or western North Carolina area, and you need to get around with your wheelchair as well, Loyal Lift Transportation is here to help. In this article, we are providing tips for how to get around Asheville if you need wheelchair accessibility, and where to go.

Fall was a spectacular fall season in and around Asheville, North Carolina. The changing leaves were as beautiful as they have been in many years, and people traveled from all over to see them. We were treated to a relatively warm October and November, but as we transition to winter, the chill is in the air. Snowflakes have been spotted and even accumulated in the higher elevations. We can delay winter no longer here in western North Carolina.

For a high elevation city and region, December through March is relatively warm. However, most winters we do deal with at least some extreme cold, snow, and ice. Many people enjoy watching the snow silently fall, and paint the landscape white; however, once the snow finishes falling on the roads, it can be difficult getting around town. For those who travel requiring wheelchair accessibility, the season can be especially challenging. At Loyal Lifts Transportation, we want to help make sure seniors and those who are in a wheelchair have the tools they need to get around Asheville safely. Here are five tips for winter travel in Asheville. 

Asheville is a great city full of interesting places to go and things to see. Aside from the surrounding tall mountains and pristine waters, there are numerous restaurants, art galleries, and shopping areas. If you are in Buncombe or Henderson counties or the surrounding area, there is no shortage of activities for you and your family; however, if you are wheelchair-bound or need additional assistance getting around, the city can be challenging to navigate. 

With Loyal Lifts Transportation, seniors and wheelchair-bound residents of western North Carolina can easily get around and enjoy this great region.

Are you looking for something fun to do in Asheville, North Carolina? Or maybe your senior parents or grandparents are coming for a visit and you want to show off the town? You’re in luck! There is a wide variety of accessible opportunities in the “Land of the Sky.” Let’s explore.

There is no shortage of “things to do” and “places to go” in Asheville, NC. Western North Carolina has been one of the fastest-growing regions of the state for decades. The city is surrounded by high mountain peaks that seem to rise from the skyline itself. It is one of the wonders that draws residents by the tens of thousands and tourists by the millions. If they are not coming here for the mountains, it is for the world-class food and shopping for which we are renowned. In addition to the views and the mountains, they travel or move here for the opportunity to get lost exploring old-growth forests, chase waterfalls, and float down rivers and creeks. 

Whatever it is that brings people to the Asheville area, it certainly results in making it difficult to navigate the roadways and parking lots. For those who use wheelchairs, getting around Asheville is that much more difficult.

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