To me it seems silly to hope that all trails maintained by the forest service meet accesibilty guidelines. A couple examples come to mind. The first is the network of portages maintained in the BWCA in Ely, where it is simply impossible to provide such access trails without significant federal money, and doubly impossible to do so while maintaining the character of the wilderness area. It also seems like the trail to Hyalite peak in Bozeman montana would be impossible to make accesible while preserving any sort of wilderness experience.
How about Devil’s Tower? The only way to reach the top is with technical climbing equipment, but there are in fact climbing rangers there on staff who help folks, remove trash and stuck gear from the walls, and maintain the routes to the top. Should we make all the climbs into wheelchair ramps? Seems really foolish to me for this measure to be so universal, there are exceptions to every rule. I don’t think many handicapped folks would appreciate you turning wilderness into city park just so they can see another one.
Being inaccesible is what makes it wilderness.