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Life, Death, and PTSD as a Ranger in the Tetons

Life, Death, and PTSD as a Ranger in the Tetons

For some climbing rangers in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park, every ridgeline holds the memory of a rescue, every peak a body bag. It's more than they can handle alone.

Drew Hardesty
Mar 6, 2019
The Fight to Save the Country's Most Scenic Acre

The Fight to Save the Country's Most Scenic Acre

One acre inside Grand Teton National Park is for sale for $5 million. Its future says a lot about our national parks, Jackson Hole, and the tension between preserving history and budding tourism.

Grayson Haver Currin
Jan 24, 2018
How Jackson Hole Survived the Eclipse

How Jackson Hole Survived the Eclipse

From $30,000 Airbnb rentals to animal sacrifices to 25,000 sometimes-naked umbraphiles, this is the weirdness that went down in the Wyoming resort town leading up to last week's astrological dance

Gordy Megroz
Aug 30, 2017
Up Is the New Down

Up Is the New Down

Andrew Bob Harris, also known affectionately as Ducky, is officially the first person with Down syndrome to summit the Grand Teton.

Aug 25, 2017
Up Is the New Down

Up Is the New Down

Andrew “Bob” Harris recently became the first person with Down syndrome to climb the Grand Teton

Sam Moulton
Aug 24, 2017
The 10 Most Deadly National Parks

The 10 Most Deadly National Parks

We pulled records from January 2006 to September 2016 on where, how, and why park visitors are dying. Here’s what we found.

Eric Killelea
Mar 1, 2017