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National Park Service doesn't suspect foul play in the death of Il Hun Ro.
The park is giving up on its 3-year-old timed entry program, but says it's still committed to finding ways to keep visitor numbers manageable.
Nick “Chezwick” Gagnon became the fastest person to circumnavigate the enormous route, which takes in sections of five major thru-hikes
Seven years after the Trump administration ordered an end to it, the National Park Service and Fish and Wildlife Service announced they would once again investigate bringing grizzlies back to the mountains of north-central Washington.
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The National Park Service has advised hikers to avoid direct exposure to water colonized by cyanobacteria.
Sonoran desert toads are one of the largest species of toads in North America, and threatened across parts of their range. Unfortunately for them, some national park visitors have discovered that they also get people high.
Daron Marquel Ellis pleaded guilty in the November 2021 incident.
Following a boost in visitation, Isle Royale National Park is seeking public comment on a plan to begin requiring visitors to reserve campsites in advance.
Hikers shelled out for parking and a new pay shuttle at Quandary Peak in 2022.
A new alert system will let hikers keep tabs on first-come, first-serve sites.
The park’s low visitor counts follow a series of flooding-caused closures.
Rebecca Clark broke down the incident and emergency response in an update on the social network.
USFS will take public comment on its comprehensive plan for one of the least-travelled National Scenic Trails through October 30.
Hikers can now visit the Sunshine State's national parks and preserves, but some are still reeling from the storm.
Authorities tracked down and killed the cougar following an encounter that left one woman with minor injuries.
With the summer high season wrapping up, a variety of national parks are lifting reservation requirements for a while.
Joe “Kanga” Harvey appears to have drowned in the Connecticut River on the border of Vermont and New Hampshire.
Three days: That's how long it took endurance athlete Jeff Garmire to finish the John Muir Trail. But from health scares to falling asleep while hiking, it was anything but a casual stroll.
Hikers pled guilty to reckless conduct following off-trail rescue in Franconia Notch.
No reroute is currently available.
Volunteers hope a new bus to the McAfee Knob trailhead will cut down on congestion.
Suit seeks return to reduced Trump-era boundaries.
Rescuers found Jetal Agnihotri, 29, on fourth day of search.
From funding for conservation projects to mitigating wildfires, public lands win big.
While the park still doesn’t have an entrance fee, it’s going to get a little more expensive soon.
Hiker claimed self-defense; bear was roughly 100 feet away.
On Thursday, they finished the last leg of the triple crown, but they’re not done yet
Two men defaced the popular Moran Point overlook, and photographers caught them in the act
Park received 1.46 inches of rain, out of an annual average of 1.9 inches.
“Um, don’t do drugs kids (and don’t start spiders on fire during a drought),” Utah governor Spencer Cox tweeted Tuesday
Redwood National Park officials cite damage visitors have caused to forest.
Driven by closures and new parking rules, hikers spent 27% fewer days hiking the state's highest mountains in 2021 than they did in 2020.
Fires have killed at least four people so far; backpackers face extensive closures.
The first woman to tick all of the United States' National Scenic Trails spent 20 years on her quest.
According to law enforcement in Curry County, Oregon, local residents tied a suspected arsonist to a tree after he got “combative”
Will oversee projects in Denali, including $91 million bridge construction.
Incident follows deaths at White Sands, Grand Canyon; another hiker passed away in Badlands on Wednesday.
No foul play suspected in the death of section hiker Michael Charles Lombardo.
Peanut-pushing is a 93-year-old tradition on Pikes.
Area bears have reportedly become more aggressive in seeking human food in recent years.
Tribe will submit petition for renaming to the U.S. Board on Geographic Names.
Voluntary policy change follows increase in reports of human-bear incidents along trail.
Firefighters have battled to save Mariposa Grove, home to some of the world’s largest sequoias, from the blaze.
A British tourist trekking in Kyrgyzstan was enveloped by a massive slide. Rather than take cover, he filmed the whole thing.
A new slogan gets straight to the point.
A Man Tried to Retrace the Steps of a Family That Died Hiking in California. Then He Needed Rescue Too.
An unidentified hiker went missing in California while retracing the footsteps of Jonathan Gerrish and Ellen Chung, who died with their one-year-old daughter of heat exposure and dehydration in 2021.
Alternate entrance open to commercial groups.
As it turns out, you can't believe everything you see online.
The encounter, which sent a 71-year-old visitor to the hospital, follows another injury near Giant Geyser on Monday.
More than 100 rescuers responded up to successfully rescue the stricken hikers.
And the apparel manufacturer joins a growing number of companies that have pledged to cover travel costs for employees who must go to a different state to seek abortion care.
Wildlife agency warns residents not to leave food in cars.
A two-year ban bars campers from overnighting on the famous peak—and officials may push it even further.
Rescue teams endured 80-mile-per-hour gusts and snow to reach the injured hiker, who was attempting a Presidential Traverse.
The BLM Made the Largest Public Lands Purchase in Wyoming History, Unlocking Previously Inaccessible Acres
Almost 9.5 million acres in 13 western states are permanently inaccessible to the general public because they're surrounded by private land. BLM director Tracy Stone-Manning wants to keep chipping away at them, acre by acre.
Incident comes days after US Forest Service warned campers about food-conditioned bears.
The park will remain closed to incoming visitors through at least Wednesday.
Tags along Yosemite Falls Trail prompt National Park Service to ask for help identifying suspects.
A mountain named for a U.S. Army officer who led a massacre against local tribes has received a new moniker.
Mother calls report "extremely upsetting" but calls on hikers and mountaineers to continue search.
A new order from Interior Secretary Deb Haaland reverses a Trump-era policy that prevented national parks from banning plastic bottles.
Hikers in the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forest Asked to keep a lookout for bold bruins.
With Death Valley and the Grand Canyon expecting a sweltering heat wave, hikers will need to take precautions.
Attracted by the smell of engine components and fluids, marmots regularly crawl under car hoods in search of something to nibble. Sometimes, they're still there when the cars leave.
Sneaker Waves Killed a Hiker on the Lost Coast Trail Last Week. Here’s What You Need to Know About Them
Waves swept two hikers out to sea on the Northern California coast last week.
Paul “Grandmaster” Classen suffered severe injuries in plunge; cause of incident still unclear.
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A wildfire season that took off weeks earlier than normal has left hikers limited options to leap ahead or re-route
Tag 50 of Appalachia’s highest peaks on this 343-mile route.
The three men are also banned from entering the national parks for one year.