“I’ve been to more places in a wheelchair than I have been walking. I can still travel and do the things that I want to do. You can have limited mobility but it doesn’t stop you from doing what you want.” – Matt Thola
Join Matt and Karim on a Whistler adventures as they check out accessibility and go for a snowmobiling tour!
Submit accessibility reviews at http://www.planat.com for your chance to win a Vancouver and Whistler Getaway! Every review submitted between April 16th and June 30th, 2012 qualifies as an entry to win a four-night Vancouver/Whistler Getaway. Full contest details at http://www.rickhansen.com/planat
planat is an online tool that allows you to post and search reviews on the accessibility of the places where you eat, shop, work and play. Your detailed reviews make a difference in the lives of others. The tool is based on a five-point rating system, similar to consumer reviews found on travel websites and is focused on accessibility features from a mobility, sight, and hearing perspective.
planat is an innovation of the Rick Hansen Foundation http://www.rickhansen.com
Matt Thola sledding away from his chair during planat video shoot.
It was inspiring for Chris Wheeler Media to produce this planat video in Whistler and to film Matt rippin’ on a snowmobile for the first time since his accident.