Hundreds of people from the Everglades to Yosemite have mobilized as part of a grassroots effort to rid national parks of refuse while federal employees remain furloughed
From mountain bikers in California to snowmobilers in Montana, renegade adventurers see the shutdown as a chance to get away with anything. They need to stop.
Plus, a new protocol will make it more difficult for other parks to close during the shutdown
Parks are being destroyed, people are dying, and no one's in charge
From peeing in geysers to stealing linens
Over 16,000 employees will go without pay and local communities will lose approximately $18 million per day
New emails reveal how the U.S. Forest Service caved to Dominion Energy in its quest to build a disruptive pipeline along the Appalachian Trail
Grand Canyon National Park is turning 100 in 2019. Here's how to make the most out of a visit, from hiking to boating to biking to camping and so much more.
It's easier than ever to jump on a bus, bike, train, or trolley to climb, paddle, hike, and camp
The bodies of Garret Bonkowski and Jessica Bartz were discovered on October 1 on a South Rim trail. How they died remains a mystery, and their families want answers.
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