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.
Pioneers, the government, even John Muir helped kick out Native Americans from their homes on national parks. But in Yosemite, the Miwuk Tribe is getting its village back.
Yosemite National Park closed for three weeks because of the blaze. Here's how much revenue the region lost because of that.
The crash occurred Saturday, August 4, 14 miles southwest of Denali’s summit
Newly created state offices are promoting outdoor recreation as a major contributor to local economies and the public good, but they need a lot more support to be successful
At these five parks, the food is the treasured resource.
Twenty-three years have passed since the first voluntary climbing closure on Devils Tower during the month of June, yet hundreds of climbers still ignore the ban
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.
Tried-and-true adventures big and small, from sea to shining sea
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