As we've noted many times, many of the national parks offer great night skies for star gazers. This unusual shot from Yosemite National Park by QT Luong not only displays those wonderful night skies, but also highlights something not many relate to Yosemite National Park -- an arch, in this case, Indian Arch, the only natural arch in the park.
Yosemite National Park
Here's a nice benefit for being a Yosemite Conservancy supporter: You can get a sweet discount on the rates for staying in the High Sierra Camps in Yosemite National Park's backcountry.
Who you gonna call when things go bad? Two recent incidents at Yosemite National Park—a daring waterfall rescue and a building on fire—offer a glimpse at the variety of challenges faced by park employees somewhere in the country almost any day of the year
QT Luong, www.terragalleria.com/parks
A series of inexpensive folding pocket guides can help you easily identify some of the nature you see in national parks.
If you had your heart set on spending upwards of $1,500 a day on a luxury train tour of national parks next year, you'll have to settle for either Amtrak or your own rig. It turns out that this project isn't leaving the station.
If you had the option of either traveling to Utah for a swing through its national parks, or to California to sample its national parks, which would you choose?
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials announced Tuesday that the agency will take a closer look at whether whitebark pine trees, a key food source for some grizzly bear populations as well as birds and squirrels, need protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Cool water can be awfully tempting on a hot summer day, but a group of young men walked away with citations -- and their lives -- after frolicking in Chilnualna Creek in Yosemite National Park.
A climbing death in Yosemite, a new recreation site at the Delaware Water Gap NRA, and a question on whether to force climbers to wear helmets are among the odds and ends that have recently crossed our computer screens.
Back in the 1950s, environmentally responsible behavior was not a basic requirement for filming on location in a national park. If you don't believe it, watch the 1956 film "Forever, Darling." OMG!