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Photography In The National Parks: Get Intimate With Your Camera

Every now and then, you should get intimate with your camera in a national park.
The Seventymile Kid: The Lost Legacy of Harry Karstens and the First Ascent of Mount McKinley Turn-of-the-century Alaska was a harsh, demanding, and yet exhilarating place, a landscape that didn't suffer greenhorns. Nineteen-year-old Harry Karstens thrust himself into this setting in 1897 to join the Gold Rush, and went on to cast a long shadow in the state's history, and not just because of his role in summiting Mount McKinley.

From Mammoth Cave To Death Valley And Back Again In One Career With The National Park Service

Sarah Craighead has come full circle. It took trips through Saguaro and Death Valley national parks, and some other units of the National Park System, but she's back where she started her career several decades ago.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Ready For Spring, New PWC Regs For Lake Powell

With spring slowly warming up the Southwest, hours at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in southern Utah are expanding to accommodate travelers.