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National Park Service had said it would shut out visitors while it assessed impact from off-road driving and damage to vegetation.
Cites safety, human waste as factors in decision to close paths amid shutdown.
Overflowing toilets and accumulating garbage are turning Yosemite and other popular destinations into smelly landfills.
While most national parks cut services, it will be (mostly) business as usual at the Big Ditch.
Judges quote Lorax, slam Forest Service in ruling questioning project’s impact and safety.
Coming to a coat near you by 2020.
In a rebuke to the White House, the company says it will donate its savings from last year’s tax cuts to grassroots non-profits.
In just over eight months and almost 8,000 miles on the trail, Anish became the first woman to complete America’s marquee long paths in a calendar year. Doing it took a lot of guts—and about 16 pairs of shoes.
The closure of one of Zion's most popular trails is a preview of what's in store for U.S. national parks if the public lands funding program isn't renewed.
A two-week long goat relocation effort comes to a close this month. By Casandra Majewski.
Wyoming, Idaho would have offered up to 23 bears to hunters.
Wildlife biologist Ben Masters's new short film delves into what's at stake for animals and outdoor lovers.
Demands big-box chain stops using company's images and logo
Faces criminal charges along with two other visitors after incident in Katmai National Park and Preserve.