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2 hrs ago | Canyonlands National Park
Due to the continued very high fire danger and current level of fire activity in the State of Utah, Superintendent Kate Cannon has announced fire restrictions for Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and Natural Bridges and Hovenweep National Monuments.
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6 hrs ago | Patch.com
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts announced Tuesday the first set of performances for its 2014 Summer Season.
10 hrs ago | WOZZ-FM Appleton
The north shore's biggest frozen tourist attraction is turning into a hotspot for this summer.
Authorities are investigating the death of a West Virginia man who collapsed at the entrance to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
This book cover image released by G.P. Putnam's Sons shows "Stone Cold," by C.J. Box.
The Smithsonian Board of Regents on Monday named Cornell University President Dr. David Skorton to lead the world's largest museum and research complex in the nation's capital.
Friend David Arnold led me on a killer bushwhacking hike in the 1,000-foot-deep New River Gorge 30 years ago to get to the old coal camp and take photographs of the mining equipment and infrastructure.
A Pineapple express - a warm and wet weather system that transports warm and wet air from the Hawaiian Pacific via jet stream - has led to a day-long closure of the Trans-Canada through Glacier National Park.
Mickey Eisenberg of Seattle atop Three Way Peak in Mount Rainier National Park. Eisenberg and fellow climber Gene Yore recently wrote an e-book guide to climbing 100 peaks in Mount Rainier National Park.
Visitors on the Natchez Trace Parkway spent nearly $126 million in 2012, supporting more than 1,550 jobs, a new National Park Service report shows.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has proposed removing a dam on the Green River near Mammoth Cave National Park.
The winter bison reduction at Yellowstone has ended, but not before authorities neeed the help of a welder to remove a protester.
Diane Muno decided a few years ago to run four Estes Park businesses in a bid to stay afloat in a seasonal, tourism-driven economy.
No park rangers welcoming you to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Gates shuttered at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Meet this 50-foot snowman named 'Granddaddy': A 50-foot snowman built by a farmer in Minnesota is named Granddaddy.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Albertsons, Safeway agree to merge Bob Miller, Albertsons' CEO, said Albertsons will maintain a strong corporate presence in Idaho, where the company currently is headquartered, but declined to say more about how things may change under the $9-billion merger with Safeway, which will fold ... (more)