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Sunday, July 15th, 2012

  • A Salt Lake City man who separated from his three partners while attempting the Cathedral Traverse in Grand Teton National Park died from a fall of roughly 500-600 feet, according to park officials.

    Climbing rangers found the body of Eric Tietze, 31, about 3:30 p.m. Friday after a daylong search of the central Teton peaks by ground and air. Mr.

  • Plein air artists, who head to the fields, mountains, and lakeshores to capture the settings in front of them on canvas, produce impressive, moving works that can provide unique perspectives on the settings.

    Through late August you can enjoy some great plein air works created in the national parks if you find yourself in Georgia.

    With the support of the National Parks Conservation Ass

  • Paul Swanstrom typically flies over Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve daily during the summer, but poor weather kept him grounded for a time in June.

  • Norway’s First National Park Celebrates 50th Anniversary

    The half century mark for Rondane National Park (roughly pronounced Ron-dawn-uh) isn’t until December 21st, but the savvy Norwegians know that’s a dreadfully dark, cold part of the Scandinavian winter.

Saturday, July 14th, 2012

  • Denali National Park and Preserve is hosting a special free string orchestra concert on Saturday, July 21, at 7 p.m. at the Denali Visitor Center.

    The concert features Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival’s 16-piece string orchestra playing “Denali,” a piece inspired by composer Stephen Lias’ visit to the park last year.