The first thing you’re likely to notice about Cory Lee is his wide smile; the second thing you may notice is his wheelchair. Diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at age two, Cory took his first trip in a powered wheelchair at age four to Walt Disney World. From that day forward, the wanderlust and thirst for adventure has never let up.
Upon reaching Antarctica at age 30 in 2020, Cory accomplished a lifetime goal; he has navigated 40 countries on all seven continents on wheels. He has visited the Taj Mahal, ridden a camel in the Sahara, been on an African safari, gone swimming in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, peered into the Grand Canyon, and ticked off 35 of the 50 states from his ever-evolving travel-related bucket list.