Lake Tahoe's roundest bear won't face euthanasia after DNA evidence demonstrates that at least three bears were responsible for a recent spate of break-ins.
A bear in Lake Tahoe has grown enormous on a steady diet of human food. Now, with euthanasia on the horizon, locals are trying to save him.
Embrace the exposure when you take your summer adventures to the crest of the high country.
In a final statement, investigators said that the new information supported their initial conclusions about the family's cause of death.
What happens when you feed 2,000 actual hikers' trail names into a neural network? We'll let you see for yourself.
Investigators reportedly believe a set of human remains found this week may belong to missing hiker Bill Ewasko.
Court tosses Trump-era rule change that removed animals’ federal protections.
A widely-circulated article ranks parks by the total deaths they saw in a ten-year period. But those numbers don’t tell the real story.
TV and YouTube survival stars Gregory Ovens and Zachary Fowler are on the hook for allegedly hunting, fishing, and illegally lighting fires in Banff.
You’ve heard of Yosemite’s firefall, an annual phenomenon where sun lights up the park’s Horsetail Falls. But the original firefall was much more dramatic.
Visitors will need to abide by restrictions to see one of Yosemite’s most ephemeral sights.
A new bipartisan bill would create a pilot program to let visitors know how crowded national parks are—and help spread the crowds to less-trodden spots.
The fate of the mostly-complete Mountain Valley Pipeline is up in the air after a federal appeals court threw out a key permit that would have allowed it to cross Jefferson National Forest.
Like a seed pushing through the hard spring soil in search of the sun, so too must you push through adversity to the glorious ultralight of backpacking.
Negative 30-degree temperatures plus a plate of noodles make one surprising photo op.
A cougar encounter in California ended in an unusual standoff.
When tourists carve graffiti over Native rock art, archeologists do everything they can to remove it. But some of the damage is permanent.