It’s a long time coming, and one that’s been a source of frustration for many climbers.
It’s still not clear exactly how many white mountain routes are currently in use, and how many routes are still in use.
It could be hundreds, according to some sources, or hundreds of thousands, according in a report published by the American Alpine Journal.
White Mountain’s chief executive, Robert Kiepens, says the company is committed to working on this, but that it may take time.
“We’ll continue to build, and expand and enhance the product and service,” Kiepenes told ABC News.
In 2016, the company completed a $3 million pilot project to allow people with disabilities to ride the mountain.
In 2018, the Mountain Rescue Project, a group of people with mobility disabilities, launched a similar pilot program.
A similar pilot project has been in operation in Colorado, but has been closed for safety reasons.
“The vast majority of the mountain routes in the United States are accessible to people who have mobility disabilities,” Kiesenhausen told ABCNews.com.
“That’s the way we see it.”
In the meantime, Kiepin’s goal is to continue to expand the service, adding more routes in 2020.
“It’s a very exciting time for us to be in this position,” he said.
“What we want to do is continue to develop and expand the products, services, and technologies.”
Kiepins plan for the future includes expanding the app and adding additional apps for people with speech, vision and hearing disabilities.