Tribe hopes to protect vulnerable populations by blocking crowds from the park's eastern entrance.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, hundreds of long-distance hikers paused their trips on the Appalachian Trail and headed home. Now, as states begin the process of reopening, the wisdom of getting back on the path is up for debate.
It’s tough to pick our favorite place in New Zealand, but this stretch of coast is all-time.
On their first day in court, lawyers for environmental groups and a pipeline developer debated a central question: Is the Appalachian Trail land?