The Latest News & Views

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

  • Snowy and cloudy conditions have continued to hamper efforts to remove the body of a Mount Rainier National Park climbing ranger who died while working to rescue four climbers, though a small window of opportunity was expected Su

  • Hunting Set for NSW National Parks in Australia

    After acrimonious, alarmist back and forth from all political quarters, a bill was passed last Friday in the State Parliament of New South Wales, Australia to permit hunting in national parks.

  • Acadia National Park’s foundation was forged by the blueblooded families of Boston and New York, but its position among the ranks of national parks was driven by the passion of a man who fell in love with Mount Desert Island at an early age.

  • Passing through central Utah any time soon?

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

  • Traffic snarls are coming to parts of Yellowstone National Park on July 1, when road work is expected to begin in the Tower Junction and Canyon Village areas.

    Park officials say the contract to reconstruct and widen a 2.5-mile stretch of road between Tower Junction and Tower Fall and reconstruct the Canyon Village