After 2189.1 miles, 14 states, and 160 days, I did it! On August 25 (also the 100th birthday of the National Park Services), I summited the Big Kahuna, Katahdin, and partook in my much awaited photo shoot. Now sitting in the real world where you can take 3 showers in 3 days and don’t have......
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As the U.S. National Park Service turns 100 years old, we are learning more and more about the parks, like the questions over crime jurisdiction in Yellowstone and how it became the first National Park. Now let’s learn something about the park rangers who work in our national parks. Show More Summary
(This is the final installment in a series of posts celebrating the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service.) A wag once observed: It’s hell getting old, but it beats the alternative. I can personally attest to the fact that it’s not a lot of fun achieving senior citizen status. I can’t run as far […]
In honor of the National Park Service platinum anniversary Happy birthday, National Park Service. In honor of the federal agency’s 100th anniversary (which was actually yesterday, but we put this off just long enough to give your weekend...Show More Summary
The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday this week but it is not an untarnished history. We have 59 national parks - from the steamy tropical Everglades in Florida to the alpine majesty of Denali in Alaska - that have been selected for their spectacular natural qualities. Show More Summary
FREEBIE Take the family and take a hike. "The National Park Service turned 100 on 8/25/16. To celebrate You can get in to the parks for FREE through this weekend. The National Park Service turns 100 on August 25, 2016, and we're inviting...Show More Summary
The video was created in collaboration with Oculus, National Geographic, and Felix & Paul Studios Although the National Park Service officially turned 100 years old yesterday, centennial celebrations continue throughout the month, with special events happening all across the country. Show More Summary
The National Park Service’s 100th birthday brings a present for skiers and snowboarders: For a limited time, season passes to the Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area (formerly known as the Badger Pass Ski Area) cost $100. The weeklong sale started Thursday, the day the agency celebrated its creation...
Yesterday the U.S. National Park Service celebrated its centennial. My family and I love visiting national parks, and during our recent road trip through New Mexico and up to Durango, Colorado, we couldn’t pass up the chance to see a new one (to us): Mesa Verde National Park. Show More Summary
x Vimeo Video As we mark the 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service, there is a lot of talk of our parks being “America’s best idea.” If the parks and our public lands are our best idea, what are our worst ideas? Sadly, there...Show More Summary
For wildlife lovers who want creature comforts alongside rhino, tiger and sloth bear sightings, Meghauli Serai, bordering Chitwan National Park, Nepal, provides pitch-perfect service— marrying hospitality from the Taj hotel group with ‘naturalists’ (park rangers) trained by South Africa’s &Beyond group.
Check out the latest Yosemite Nature Notes on one of my favorite historical figures in Yosemite, Stephen Mather. Related posts: Stephen Mather, First Director of the National Park Service Yosemite Nature Notes 22 – Yosemite Nature Notes Photo of the Day: Sunset Forest Fantasy by Stephen Fischer
There are plenty of incredible National Park Service centennial celebrations happening this year. But one of the top ones is a ski film by POWDER magazine dedicated to skiing our national parks. The fine people at POWDER have gathered...Show More Summary
Happy Birthday National Park Service!!!! If you weren't already aware, today is the National Park Service's birthday. One-hundred years ago today, America had a great idea. And today, we are the beneficiaries of that idea with our Park Service and all that they do! August 25-28 will be fee free days in all National Parks. Show More Summary
(This is the fourth in a series of posts this week commemorating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service.) I love lists. Whether it’s a compilation of the year’s top movies, the best restaurants in California, or the best rock and roll artists of all time, count me in. I delight […]
Today is the 100th anniversary the National Park Service in the United States. As many of you might know I’m in the middle of a project to photograph all 59 national parks in the United States. I’m about 75% through with the project and I should be able to finish it sometime in 2017. (I’m […]
And a cool virtual tour of five national parks for those of you who can't go in person! [ more › ]
This is a barren time in the sports calendar. We are in a desolate trough between the international intrigue of the Olympics and the drama and nonsense of football season. I’m goddamn bored. Coincidentally, the National Parks Service turns 100 years old today. Show More Summary
From the desert to the mountains to the sea It’s the National Park Service’s 100th birthday today, and to celebrate, we’ve rounded up 10 breathtaking photos of the federally-protected parks and sites within a four-hour drive of Los Angeles. Show More Summary