Accessibility in Niagara Falls

Episode Description

The Niagara region is one of the most beautiful and popular geographic draws in Canada. It is also one of the busiest border towns with the US. How accessible is this massively visited area? Can anyone fully enjoy the experience of one of the world’s seven natural wonders – the Niagara Falls? What about the sights and sounds of iconic Clifton hill? Is wine country universally available to all? A blind adventurer, an aspiring interior decorator, and teenage girl explore the region and its bounty.

Keywords: Niagara Falls, Wine, Winery, Toursim, Ontario, Niagara Falls, Waterfalls, St Catherines, Wayne Tuttle, vineyard, Reif Estate Winery, Senspry Garden, Chippewa, Alyssa Sherren, Accessible dock, Pot holes, David Antonsen, Landscape Architect, Lake Ontario, Julia Janzen, Heartland Forest, Woodland experience, Midland Painted turtle, sensory activity, Kiwanis pool, adaptive scuba, Niagara Transit, Welland, Automated announcements, Chair Van, Janice Thompson, Niagara Parks, Table rock, Incline Railway, Journey behind the falls, Horn Blower, David Stuart, Clifton Hill, Boat ride, Sky Wheel, Felicia Kostecky, underwater tactile signals, scuba, sealife, dive master