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Accessibility Day

The land trust hosts an annual “Accessibility Day” for those who otherwise would be unable to reach the views and/or summit of the Pinnacle (part of a 2,000-acre ridgeline conservation project by the group). For adults who have difficulty walking, this is the chance to visit—perhaps with a grandchild or friend—a spot that would have been otherwise impossible.

A local auto dealership provides a four-wheel drive vehicle, and board members provide other appropriate vehicles to navigate access to the logging and/or rough access road to a lookout point. Others bring food and drinks.

Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association


Partners: Local car dealership, volunteers

Staff: All-volunteer land trust

Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association

“This is one of our most popular programs. It’s a great way to show we care.”

Tony Coven, board member, program leader, Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association