Rebecca Coolidge

Accessibility, Wheelchairs & Reduced Mobility

Anchorage is one of the most accessible ways to enjoy Alaska. Accessible transportation, accommodations, and scenic trails around town make it easy to access some of the best views and experiences Alaska has to offer. Find flat, paved routes offering views of surrounding mountains, and a charming downtown featuring dining, hotels, and accessible attractions in close proximity. Some tour operators also cater to those with special needs.

Find ADA paratransit, wheelchair accessible taxi, and non-emergency medical transportation services in Anchorage. Options include AnchorRIDES, Alaska Yellow Dispatch, and more: To view and download a complete contact list, click here.

Need some inspiration? Check out a three-day, low-impact Anchorage itinerary.


Whether traveling by air, land or sea, visitors to Anchorage find convenient connections inside Alaska during their travels.

Getting to Alaska

Getting to Anchorage is a snap. More than 240 flights arrive daily at the Anchorage airport, and direct flights on a variety of carriers connect Anchorage with many major U.S. cities.