Photography In The National Parks: How It All Started For Me

Curious as to how our contributing photographers got their start with the Traveler? Rebecca Latson tells us how she got her start with photography, national park photography, and photography with the Traveler.

Photography In The National Parks: Same Park, Same Scene, Different Seasons, Different Times

Rebecca Latson shows how the change of seasons, time of day, and/or weather conditions can make the same scene in a national park look totally different.

Glacier NP Is Open For Business

While Montana has been much in the news lately, courtesy of all the forest fires burning in that state, the folks at Glacier National Park want to assure you that the park is open for business and flame-free.

Y2Y On Display in Seattle

Seattle-area residents who've heard about the Yellowstone to Yukon initiative but want to learn more have a golden opportunity from now through the end of the year. A collection of Florian Schulz's photographs that captures the heart and soul of Y2K are on display at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle.

Visitation Trends Up In Yosemite, Glacier and Yellowstone

It's only a snapshot, but I'm told that visitation in Yosemite, Glacier, and Yellowstone national parks is on the upswing this year. Exactly why, as usual, is a good question.

Glacier's Shuttle System Rolling Along the Sun Road

Folks heading to Glacier can now let someone else do the driving once they reach the park. The park's Going-to-the-Sun shuttle system is now up and running and can drop you at a number of campgrounds and trailheads along the Sun Road.

Glacier's Sun Road Could Be Open End-to-End on July 1

It's been a long time coming, but Glacier National Park officials are cautiously optimistic that they'll be able to open the Going-to-the-Sun Road from end to end this coming Sunday. That, of course, is barring any unexpected torrential downpours or snowstorms.

Glacier's Shrinking Glaciers

ARC: Protect The Planet, Be A Gas Guzzler

The Essential Glacier

The Bear I was drawn to read a book recently. A newspaper story caught my eye about a woman who had been attacked by a grizzly bear and survived with terrible injuries. This woman went on to write a book about her 20 year experience coping with the lasting pain and horror of the attack.
Crown of the Continent: The Last Great Wilderness of the Rocky Mountains Leave it on your coffee table and visitors will be awestruck by the content.