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Gatlinburg, national park to reopen Friday as wildfire damage tallied

29 minutes agoNews : USAToday: News

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the nation's most visited, to reopen Friday.        

Exploring Alberta: Your guide to the hidden gem that is Marmot Basin

Presenting Exploring Alberta, our in-depth look at four of the finest ski resorts within the Canadian province of Alberta. Today, we’re looking at Marmot Basin. Marmot Basin Located within Canada’s Jasper National Park — an area so beautiful...Show More Summary

New Britain Museum of American Art displays portfolio of photographs by Ansel Adams

3 hours agoArts : Artdaily

The New Britain Museum of American Art presents the exhibition Ansel Adams: Yosemite Valley, on view from December 8, 2016 to April 16, 2017 in the Helen T. and Philip B. Stanley Gallery. Celebrating the National Park Service?s centennial...Show More Summary

Petersburg battlefield authorized to grow by more than 7,000 acres

The National Park Service gained congressional authorization Dec. 8 to expand the borders of the Petersburg National Battlefield by 7,238 acres following a vote in the Senate. That move could eventually make it one of the largest historical parks in the country, according to the Civil War Trust. The Petersburg park, previously limited to 2,740 […]

Preserving America's Landscape, An Obama Legacy

The National Park Service is a proud protector of America's lands. Preserving our land not only safeguards the environment, but it also protects the stories, cultures, and histories of our ancestors. As we face the increasingly direShow More Summary

Creating Civil Rights National Monuments in Alabama

By Stephanie K. Meeks, president and CEO, National Trust for Historic Preservation Theresa Pierno, president and CEO, National Parks Conservation Association Photo by Mark Sandlin Many of our national parks are beautiful places filled with wondrous natural beauty and wildlife. Show More Summary

National park tips: This fake tower's view is real

Go to Desert View Watchtower in Grand Canyon National Park. It’s 25 miles east of the South Rim’s teeming Grand Canyon Village, so many travelers miss it. (It’s not on the park’s shuttle bus routes, either.) But it’s a great stop. One reason is the panoramic desert, canyon and river view. The other...

We Only Have Education to Guide Us: A Pledge

21 hours agoAcademics / Geology : Geotripper

The glaciers of Glacier National Park, which once numbered more than a hundred, will be gone by 2030 or so. The recent election has seen the loss of many things, which in terms of science and scientific understanding is truly tragic....Show More Summary

A REAL cliff hanger! Extreme campers pitch climbing tents more than 5,000ft high on El Capitan's vertical rock face in Yosemite

Perched more than 5,000 feet high, a group of daredevil climbers are seen suspended on El Capitan's vertical rock face in California's Yosemite National Park.

ARSON: Two juveniles charged in Smokies wildfire investigation. “Authorities have charged two juve…

ARSON: Two juveniles charged in Smokies wildfire investigation. “Authorities have charged two juveniles in connection with the fires that started last month in the Chimney Tops area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and swept through Sevier County, killing 14 and injuring more than 130. The juveniles were charged with aggravated arson, but could […]

Juveniles charged over Tenn. wildfire that killed 14

yesterdayNews / Crime : Crimesider

Deadly fire began on a popular hiking trail in a national park and quickly spread to a popular resort town, forcing mass evacuations

Two juveniles charged with arson in Tennessee wildfires that killed 14

(Reuters) - Two juveniles were charged with arson on Wednesday in connection with the eastern Tennessee wildfires that broke out last month in and around the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in which 14 people died, officials sai...

Job Information Session, Rocky Mountain National Park

AAI just received this notification from Rocky Mountain National Park: Rocky Mountain National Park News Release December 5, 2016For Immediate ReleaseKyle Patterson 970-586-1363 Job Information Session For Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park will be hosting a Job Information Session on Tuesday, December 13, from 4 to 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Attorneys challenge park service over inauguration protests

The National Park Service is quashing dissent by blocking access to public space for those who want to demonstrate before, during and after President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, Washington civil rights … Click to Continue »

Go snorkeling in Belize's turquoise waters, bird-watching in its national parks

With one foot in the Caribbean and another in Central America, Belize has many attributes that make it an attractive locale for a tropical vacation. An eight-day Rainforest to Reef tour organized by Mountain Travel Sobek showcases some of the country's highlights, with time set aside to kayak or...

National park tips: See the Colorado River turn on itself like a coiling snake

Horseshoe Bend, four miles southwest of Page, Ariz., on U.S. Route 89, will mess with your head. You look straight down, 1,000 feet, at a 270-degree bend in the Colorado River. It looks like the river is swallowing itself. Officially it’s part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Yet there...

noaasanctuaries: americasgreatoutdoors: Whoa! Sunlight creates...

noaasanctuaries: americasgreatoutdoors: Whoa! Sunlight creates rainbows from the spouts of two gray whales at Channel Islands National Park off the California coast. The waters surrounding Channel Islands are home to more than 27 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises – representing about one-third of cetacean species found worldwide. Show More Summary

National park tips: Where the song of Gram Parsons is still sung

If you revere the music of singer-songwriter Gram Parsons and the Flying Burrito Brothers, you’ll need to pay respects at Joshua Tree National Park’s Cap Rock. It’s near the junction of Park Boulevard and Keys View Road. And its Parsons connection dates to 1973, when, a few days after Parsons died...

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