As the U.S. battles over the fate of public lands, the Chilean government and Kristine Tompkins are doing something extraordinary down in Patagonia—setting aside millions of acres for stunning new national parks. And they aren't done yet.
Many of our national parks are overflowing with visitors. To get away from the crowds, seek an alternate route.
At these five parks, the food is the treasured resource.
Hand-picked by Kate Siber, author of the new children's book 'National Parks of the USA'
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
In an excerpt from his new book, Goldfarb explores what wilderness looks like with and without nature's most overlooked architects—and why they have more in common with wolves than you think
Frustrated by overly cautious restrictions at cliffs, some climbers are leading efforts to create flexible, evidence-based management
Some of the places most sought after by recreationists are also culturally, spiritually or economically vital to tribes. We need to honor that.
This hilarious—and informational—PSA from Ranger Lauren Ray warns river rats of the low flows on Arkansas’ Buffalo River.
It's taken half a decade to iron out the logistics, and while White Sands National Monument has as good a chance as ever at becoming a park, it's not guaranteed.
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