Cash-Strapped National Parks System Considers Alcohol Advertising Within ParksThe cash-strapped National Parks system continues to look for new forms of revenue to help keep the parks maintained and open to the public, but a new proposal to allow alcohol companies to place their logos within the parks is getting the ire of health groups.
Free Weekend As National Park Service Turning 100-Years OldThe National Park Service turns 100-years old Thursday, and it's celebrating all weekend long.
Best National Parks For CampingFive of the best national parks in America for camping this year
Bay Area's National Parks Pumping $1 Billion Into Local Economy, Report FindsThe Bay Area’s eleven National Parks sites are more popular than ever, and the result is more tourist dollars being directed into Bay Area communities and businesses.
7 Most Spectacular Waterfalls In The WorldEscape from your day-to-day lives and head off somewhere distant where you can be swept away by the beauty of some of the world’s most fascinating waterfalls.
Record Number Of Visitors At National Parks In 2015Many of the country's most prominent national parks, including Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Zion, set new visitation records in 2015.
Best Backpacking Trails In The Continental U.S.A brief profile of five of the best backtracking trails in the continental United States...
Backpackers Guide To AsiaTravel guide for three of the best countries to visit in Asia for backpackers
Top 5 National Monuments In & Around The Bay AreaA brief profile of five of the best national monuments in or within driving distance of the Bay Area
Donate Your Hiking Gear to ARCThere are some really great programs that focus on positive and rewarding youth development in Yosemite. Of those many great programs there are a select few that really stand out. When we heard about ARC (Adventure Risk Challenge), something was just a little different from what you would expect.
Fisher Kits Reintroduced in Yosemite National ParkFour rescued fisher (Martes pennanti) kits were released yesterday north of the Merced River in Yosemite National Park. This historic reintroduction was a cooperative effort between the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station (PSW), Fresno-Chaffee Zoo, and the Fresno Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation. The reintroduction aims to increase the long term viability of the declining fisher population by expanding its population to the northern part of Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite's Dying Trees, Skimpy Waterfalls Are Latest Signs Of Epic California DroughtPark officials say the tallest waterfall in North America - Yosemite Falls - will likely run dry about two months early this year.

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