By supporting service corps that are preserving our public lands, Carhartt is helping to protect parks and empower the next generation of park stewards
In 2022, four more parks have begun or expanded their ticketing systems, and many have renewed what was already in place.
An 18-mile paved trail will run from St. George to Zion National Park and offer parking lots, bathrooms, benches, and more. But you'll be waiting for a while.
The first female superintendent of Rocky Mountain National Park tackles how to manage the park’s large increases in visitation while trying to protect it.
For more than 100 years, our national parks have provided life-list experiences, adventures, and stop-in-your-tracks views. But not all parks—or hikes—are equal. So what’s a trekker to do? Start with these 25 trips, the new classics of the system. Consider them the merit badges of a very well-traveled backpacker.
Get in free, and then enjoy one of these awesome programs.
This easy 2-mile out-and-back visits two collapsed sections of a wide lava tube with Native American pictographs and natural bridge walls.
Discover hidden wonders in a cave-riddled wilderness.
Climb without crowds to the state's top mountain view.
Discover the rewards of winter camping on this easy snowshoe trek.
Don't waste winter: Tackle this cross-country canyon trek in the Lower 48's largest national park.