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Wheelchair accessible trails, sights, activities, etc?

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We'll be visiting the Canadian Rockies for a total of 8 nights in early September.

We start with 3 nights in Banff, then 3 nights in Jasper, and then 2 nights in Lake Louise. We have one person in a power wheelchair and are looking for all wheelchair accessible trails and activities in the area. Main issue is the surface of the trail, length and incline are not much of an issue. As long as the trail is smooth, it should work.

Would love to get some recommendations for all wheelchair accessible trails, sights, activities (boating, etc) in the Banff/Lake Louise/Jasper area.

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