The Park devotes great attention to ensuring maximum accessibility to all its visitors. Visitor Centers "Cupone" (CS) and "A. Garcea" are equipped of two means of transport for people with reduced mobility, the" Joelette " off-road wheelchair, which allows the transport of one person, with the help of two accompanists, along the paths of the Park.
Visitor Center "Cupone"
The "Cupone" Visitor Center, in addition to boasting the presence of vector routes for hypo and blind visitors, has a Botanical Garden accessible for blind people, thanks to the presence of panels and mp3 audio files explaining the various beauties present (download the audio files part 1, part 2, part 3), both for people with walking difficulties and blind visitors. The files can be played with a normal mp3 player, by scrolling with the forward and backward keys. At the Centro Visita Cupone there are 20 mp3 players available for those who request it.
At the entrance there is a marble model of the entire area that allows users to easily locate the structures present.
The educational path of the Cupone Botanical Garden, spread over an area of 10,400 square meters almost entirely flat, runs for the 350 meters of its development on wooden sleepers bounded by a fence with handrail, showing 115 native species of the Calabrian mountain flora - from Potentilla to Aagagalo Calabro - arranged on the ground or in trays depending on the size and gender.
Visitor Center "A. Garcea"
At the Visitor Center "A. Garcea ", along the educational trail, there is a path dedicated to people with motor disabilities and was created, in collaboration with the Italian Blind Association - Catanzaro Section, a path for visually impaired and blind people, equipped with tactile signaling systems orientation on the ground and handrails as a means of information and communication.
Nature can be "read" by means of descriptive tables of the surrounding environment, realized on metal support with alphanumeric characters in Braille language.
Path "Donato Campagna"
The path of solidarity "Donato Campagna" is a 3-kilometer mountain trail built by the Cai and the CSV of Cosenza in the town of Spezzano Piccolo in Sila, reachable from Cosenza station with the train that leads to Spezzano Piccolo. The mountain path can be crossed by people with disabilities, who can reach the town by the train (service temporarily suspended, transport is guaranteed by equipped buses) of the Calabria railways starting from Cosenza, up to Righio Station. From here you can venture all the path and experience the Sila mountain as a conquest, admiring the beautiful landscape, lakes and its typical fauna.