The Latest News & Views

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

  • A search for a hiker missing in Glacier National Park since Saturday has been hampered by a lack of strong clues as to his whereabouts, although park officials say partial boot prints found might belong to the man.

  • The National Park Service recently issued a prospectus for ten years of seasonal retail and food service operations in Maine’s Acadia National Park.

  • Rocky Mountain National Park boasts one of the most expansive areas of alpine terrain in the United States as well as beautiful forests and mountain meadows.

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

  • A series of mishaps and missteps led to the death of one visitor to Yellowstone National Park and left several others injured, including one who received significant burns when he got too close to a thermal area, park officials said.

    Park officials say Carl Dullmaier, 56, of Gernsheim, Germany, sustained a fatal hea

  • A University of Maine student working her way up a section of the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park was killed when she slipped and fell about 60 feet.

    The trail that climbs up the cliffsides of Champlain Mountain is one of the most demanding in the park, and possibly within the entire National Park System, because